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Folk Words: ‘Live and Never Learn’ – I See Hawks In L.A. – on top form on all counts

May 24, 2018

Full Article The alternative folk/ country Americana world would be a darker place without I See Hawks In L.A. – it’s unlikely that anyone else could deliver their tight harmony vocals, skilled musicianship, inspired melodies and richly hooked, eminently memorable songs – and their latest outing ‘Live And Never learn’ is the band on top […]

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Rootsville Reviews “Live And Never Learn”

May 22, 2018

Full Article  This ‘I See Hawks In L.A.’ is one of the most underrated bands in California. This Alt-country was founded in Los Angeles in 1999 by Rob Waller and the brothers Paul and Anthony Lacques. Their sound is characterized by harmony vocals and the playing of acoustic instruments and should not have been the […]

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Americana Highways Song Premiere: I See Hawks In LA’s “Ballad For The Trees” Sings Praise To Nature

May 22, 2018

Full Article  “Ballad For the Trees” is a premiere release from I See Hawks in LA’s forthcoming album Live and Never Learn, due for June 29.  I See Hawks in LA is Rob Waller, Paul Lacques, drummer Victoria Jacobs, and Paul Marshall on bass.  Several members of the band have struggled with heavy personal loss over the […]

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Rocking Magpie Reviews “Live And Never Learn”: A Rare Treat for the Ears and the Soul

May 22, 2018

Full Article  Live and Never Learn, the eighth album from these California Country rock ‘n’ rollers is a wonderful treat for both the ears and the soul. I’ve previously heard comparisons to that other west coast band, the Eagles, but I don’t hear it here. The Hawks are fearless where the Eagles take it easy, […]

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Lonestar Time Reviews “Live And Never Learn”

May 18, 2018

Full Article The Roots scene in Los Angeles for almost sixty years has been one of the most vibrant and vibrant cornerstones of attraction in America. In the warm Californian sun, generations of musicians have matured and they have been able to unite with great skill country, folk and bluegrass with rock, opening often unusual […]

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Michael Doherty Reviews “Live And Never Learn”

May 18, 2018

Full Article  One of my absolute favorite bands in Los Angeles (or anywhere, for that matter) is I See Hawks In L.A. Part of the reason for that is Rob Waller’s voice, one of the best voices in music these days. It’s a voice that is friendly and wise, experienced, sometimes filled with joy, sometimes […]

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Americana UK Reviews “Live And Never Learn”

May 18, 2018

Full Article  How many bands have suffered the “sounds like the Eagles” curse? Even if being mentioned in the same breath surely means they must be onto something good, attempting to match the songwriting and vocal skills of Messrs Henley and Frey is surely an invidious task and is doomed to suffer by comparison. ‘Live and […]

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PARIS MOVE REVIEWS “LIVE AND NEVER LEARN”

May 14, 2018

full article  Alternative country, Americana … These generic terms now cover a galaxy of formations and artists as diverse as varied. From Uncle Tupelo and Giant Sand to Jayhawks and Calexico, their only real common denominator remains the thematic distance maintained with the original idiom, but also the formal permanence of its musical heritage. Originally […]

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HAWKS LAUNCH KICKSTARTER TO FUND 8TH ALBUM “LIVE AND NEVER LEARN”

May 1, 2018

Click here to be taken to the “Live and Never Learn” Kickstarter page 

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Hawks To Release 8th Record “Live and Never Learn” June 29th, 2018

April 7, 2018

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE April 1, 2018 AFTER TOUGH TIMES, I SEE HAWKS IN L.A. TO RELEASE EIGHTH STUDIO ALBUM, LIVE AND NEVER LEARN First effort since 2013 due in stores and digital outlets June 29, as band members cling to music and one another to overcome family loss, wildfires, and other travails. LOS ANGELES, Calif.  — I See Hawks […]

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