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Tuesday, March 3, 2015 (tickets on sale 2/9)
The Hunts are an indie-folk band from the southlands of Chesapeake, Virginia. Driven by a passion for creating compelling music, these seven brothers and sisters bring to the stage an amazing chemistry and powerful presence. Having been instilled with a love of music from a very young age, all seven Hunts are phenomenally talented vocalists and multi-instrumentalists. Their songs are meticulously driven by violin, acoustic and electric guitar, banjo, mandolin, accordion, ukulele and piano, and rounded out with crisp harmonies.
The Hunts have completed 7 U.S. tours, including performances in 42 states, and traveled worldwide for over 10 years. In November of 2012, they released their newest album, We Were Young, featuring 10 original songs. The album's first track, "Make This Leap," started receiving airplay from key market radio stations almost immediately after the album's release and was picked up by Milk-Bone for a national commercial in May of 2013. The Hunts were selected for Taco Bell's 2013 "Feed the Beat" roster, and they signed a 6-album deal with Cherrytree Records, a label under the umbrella of Interscope Records.
General Public: $26 (Reserved: $30)Seniors & Children 5-17: $24 (Reserved: $28)FHSU Students: $17 (Reserved: $21)