Mamaroneck band Heathcote Hill released their new record, Everlasting, on Sept. 15.
The 9-song album features original songs by guitarist/songwriter Tom Nelson from Mamaroneck, and features many local musicians, including singer Megan Porcaro Herspring of New Rochelle, bassist Bruce Rose of Larchmont, and drummer Tory Ridder of Yonkers.
Since releasing their first album Reinforcements in November 2016, Heathcote Hill has gotten airplay on WFUV Public Radio and 107.1 The Peak, and appeared at The Bitter End, Rockwood Music Hall, and The Bowery Electric. The band will celebrate the launch of Everlasting at their next show at Garcia’s on Thursday, Oct. 4th.
This listing from HearNow will connect you instantly to the new record on your favorite music sites: https://heathcotehill.hearnow.com/everlasting
The CD is also available locally at Sunshine Coffee Roasters, Mancino Custom Tailors, and SalonFirefly Larchmont, and at The Roaster Cafe in Mamaroneck.
More about the band at heathcotehill.net, and on Facebook and Instagram.
Thanks so much for publishing this story about our new record. It’s great to be part of a community with so much musical talent! We hope you’ll follow our story on Instagram and Facebook.