Chords for Cures is a Philadelphia-based nonprofit that books concerts, with all proceeds benefiting children's charities in and around the Philadelphia area.
The debut album from Philadelphia's own progressive-agressive spazz-rock group. Yeah, oh yeah. Our first - and only - full length album. Recorded over the course of a couple years, this album was a labor of many things for The March Hare. Featuring:
Zack Guy-Frank - guitar, vocals
Jon Hafer - keyboards, guitar, vocals
Alicia Ritter - violin, vocals
Ryan Hyde - bass, vocals
Charlie Heim - drums, percussion
The March Hare wants to make you laugh, cry, dance, clap your hands, and occasionally sit back and say 'woah.' We're silly when we're sad, and crazy when we're on stage. We make our music with our hearts and our minds. We make music because we can't imagine not making music, because without it we'd burst at the seams with sorrow, rage, love, and limitless joy and awe at the living world. We are explorers, experimenters, gatherers of new influences, and we do not sit still. The March Hare of yesterday is not The March Hare of today, is not The March Hare of tomorrow. We will have failed only if we have ceased to grow. You have found The March Hare. If you like it, tell your friends. If you hate it, tell your enemies.
The band lived from 2004 till 2009, and culminated in the release of this album and its accompanying video:
ust cos you're a diehard fan, here's an EXCLUSIVE live recording from our CD release show on February 6, 2009. This is raw, unedited audio that captures the frenetic energy of a March Hare show.
Rumor has it there might even be a newer recording in the ether...
The debut recording from the Penn State/Philadelphia band. Listen
A lively jazz recording from the South Jersey guitarist and his band.