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New Video for “Rock N Roll Cymbal from the 70s” !!!

June 2, 2014

A new video by I See Hawks in LA “Rock N Roll Cymbal from the 70’s” from Anastasia Simone on Vimeo. The Hawks are: Rob Waller, Paul Lacques, Marc Doten, Victoria Jacobs, Shawn Nourse and Paul Marshall, featuring Phoebe Bridgers in the red dress and Izzy Schloss and Austin Nimnicht as the girl and boy. […]

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NorCal Mini-Tour April 18-20

April 7, 2014

Friday April 18th with Red Meat at the Chapel in SF Two sets in Winters, CA on April 19th

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Drysdale, Sutton, and Koufax

April 4, 2014

Dembowski, Waller and Lacques present a free download of “Drysdale, Sutton & Koufax” today in celebration of the 2014 Dodger Hope Opener. It’s time for Dodger baseball! Go Blue! Drysdale, Sutton & Koufax by Dembowski, Waller & Lacques

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CALIFORNIA ROOTS UNION KICKOFF MARCH 22 IN PASADENA

March 5, 2014
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PETE SEEGER TRIBUTE FEB 15TH

February 3, 2014
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L.A. RECORD REVIEWS MYSTERY DRUG

December 10, 2013

I SEE HAWKS IN L.A.: MYSTERY DRUG November 12th, 2013 · Viola Tada I See Hawks in L.A. Mystery Drug Western Seeds For all the references to Gram Parsons these guys get—and for all the references to Guy Clark and Townes Van Zandt they should get—I gotta put I See Hawks on this seventh album somewhere […]

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THE ALTERNATE ROOT REVIEWS MYSTERY DRUG

November 10, 2013

I See Hawks in L.A. are California Country Rock gentlemen. They have a literary sense to their songs that equals American writers from the South (Faulkner), the West (Twain, O. Henry) and the East (Poe). Their music reflects the moods and emotions of the songs characters as much as the men behind the curtain that […]

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LA WEEKLY REVIEWS MYSTERY DRUG

August 15, 2013

link to article To say that I See Hawks in L.A. traipse down a going-their-own-way path through that old folky Americana and classic California country rock thing doesn’t quite begin to describe the sheer scope of this band’s wiiiide-open vision. The short version is, they’re adding much-needed musical and lyrical complexity to the old forms, […]

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