Review by Olivia Mello, Narrows Staff
A little bit country, a little bit rock n roll, and easily my favorite performance thus far, Girls Guns and Glory blew the roof off Saturday night and they did it in style. Ward Hayden, lead vocalist and guitarist, with the voice of a southern Lyle Lovett and the dance moves of Elvis Presley, knew exactly how to turn the audience on.
Drummer Josh Kiggans and bass player Paul Dilley kept the crowd on beat with their high energy and groovy rhythm. Lead guitarist, Chris Hersch proved to be no stranger to vocals, wooing us with a quirky song about truck driving, which reminds me. The guys are currently looking to raise funds for a reliable tour van. You can donate to their cause by clicking here.