On March 20, 2019

Hayley Jane and the Primates return to Pickle

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Hayley Jane and the Primates

Thursday, March 21, 8 p.m.—KILLINGTON— Hayley Jane and the Primates’ energetic stage presence is returning to the Pickle Barrel Stage Thursday, March 21. The inspirational, free-spirit band electrifies audiences and brings fans on a mystical journey.

Known for their lyrical imagery painted by their passion of soul, Americana, and rock & roll, Boston native Hayley Jane and the Primates electrifies the mind, body, and soul. The rising lead singer, Hayley Jane, is a powerhouse on stage, boasting a strong female presence on the national music scene. She was recently featured in Relix’s “Women Who Rock” issue.

“Gasoline,” the band’s debut album, was created in collaboration with Brian Wallace of Sublime and released in 2014 during their West Coast tour. In 2017, the band released its sophomore album ,“We’re Here Now,” produced by Craig Brodhead of Turkuaz.

Pickle Barrel Nightclub is located at 1741 Killington Road, Killington. Doors open at 8 p.m.  Tickets can be purchased at picklebarrlenightclub.com or at Jax Food & Games. This is a 21-plus show only.

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