Vinyl (at Hard Rock)

“The Growlers have always been considered a garage band, and that was because we had amateur home recordings. That’s all we could afford and all that we had. But we always did want to make a nice record.”

The Growlers will send Hard Rock Hotel venue Vinyl out with a trio of shows

“The Growlers have always been considered a garage band, and that was because we had amateur home recordings. That’s all we could afford and all that we had. But we always did want to make a nice record.”

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