Natalie’s presents the debut of Hurling Habaneros, an amalgam of players from beloved Central Ohio bands dating back to the 1980s, on Saturday of Thanksgiving weekend! Consider it a “First Waltz,” if you will. John Hurlbut of The Swimmers and The Hurling Stones, and manager of the Fur Peace Ranch, plays guitar and handles vocals, with Mark Allen (bass) and Drew Racevskis (guitar) also contributing vocals. Blue Drew and Mark were founding members of Local Color, and The Mad Habaneros. Rockin’ Louis Schocken of Strangely Enough (and a healthy dose of other bands) provides the rhythms on cajon and percussion. The eclectic mix of instrumentation and team chemistry makes for unique, fascinating, and tasteful song interpretations.
Hurling Habaneros is an organic outgrowth of the genuine friendships and musical experiences its members have shared through the years. The band will be playing selections from John’s recent hit releases of Vols 1 and 2 of “The River Flows” (recorded with Rock Hall of Fame inductee Jorma Kaukonen) as well as other old chestnuts and a sprinkling of original material as well. This one will bring the heat! Kick off your holidays with Hurling Habaneros for this very special debut show at Natalie’s.
Food & Bar: Our full food and drink menu will be available before and during the show.
Date: Saturday, November 26
Time: 8:00 pm
Doors Open: 7:00 pm