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2019 saw Central Illinois' favorite self-acclaimed Rust Belt rockers performing with The Way Down Wanderers to a sold out audience on the Peoria Riverfront's Cefcu Center Stage in addition to live appearances at The Castle Theater, Make Music Normal, Pour Brothers Outdoor Concert Series in both Champaign and Peoria and Davenport's Redstone Room.

Harvest Sons will release Flat Black Sessions, Volume 2 on September 23rd, 2019, followed by a featured spot on Reverbnation's Front Page and a string of shows to support the album in their hometown and beyond.

The band will conclude 2019 with a concert at Peoria's infamous Apollo Theater on December 14th, premiering their music video for "When We Were Wildflowers", filmed by Jeff Noble and Tim Sotter.

Since 2016 the band has opened for Nashville's Anderson East, Boston's Honeysuckle and Bean Blossom, IN's Reverend Peyton's Big Damn Band, in addition to live appearances by Seth Cocquit, lead singer of Harvest Sons, sitting in on fiddle for Edward David Anderson and Chicago Farmer. Seth also plays fiddle on Joe Stamm's song 'Fetch Me', and John Till's record 'Work Away the Day'.

In 2018 Harvest Sons released their debut record "Flat Black Sessions, Volume 1" at a record release show to a sold out crowd at WTVP's State and Water, Peoria PBS' televised concert series (much like Austin City Limits); Also, releasing a music video for the song 'Lately'.

Harvest Sons members are Seth Cocquit, Nik Grafelman, Daniel Watkins, Nathan Cowan, Nathan Glaser, and one Harvest Sister; Elyse Wiley, who is featured on Volume 2 with her song "Nevermind".

You can find Flat Black Sessions, Volume 2 on Spotify, Apple Music and all other streaming services, and can support the band by purchasing the album on iTunes, Amazon Music, BandCamp and Reverbnation.

Daniel Watkins