Image of Blackfoot Gypsies at Lee Harvey's  Friday Oct. 13th
  • Image of Blackfoot Gypsies at Lee Harvey's  Friday Oct. 13th
  • Image of Blackfoot Gypsies at Lee Harvey's  Friday Oct. 13th
  • Image of Blackfoot Gypsies at Lee Harvey's  Friday Oct. 13th
  • Image of Blackfoot Gypsies at Lee Harvey's  Friday Oct. 13th

Blackfoot Gypsies at Lee Harvey's Friday Oct. 13th

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It is an honor and a privilege to host the extraordinary rock band from Nashville TN, BLACKFOOT GYPSIES, on Friday Oct. 13th. The Gypsies possess the rare combination of fine musicianship, original songwriting and charisma. Never under estimate the importance of stage presence my friends. These guys are good the way your favorite bands of all time are good, they have the whole package. Blackfoot Gypsies have the talent to back up their youthful confidence. You will not be disappointed, don't miss this show. No Cover charge!

Friday, Oct. 13th 2017
Lee Harvey's
1807 Gould St.
Dallas TX
No Cover
9pm - 12am
Presented by Gold Teeth Music!!

The Blackfoot Gypsies have created a place that dreamers, night flyers, and adventure seekers can gather and embrace the triumphant harmony of spirit and music ­ made by humans, for humans.

With 4 years, 4 releases, and countless miles under their belt as a 2 piece band, Zack Murphy and Matthew Paige have called on fellow brethren Dylan Whitlow (bass) and Ollie Dogg (harmonica) to join forces and help expand their already wide spectrum of American music. The release of the band's second full length LP, Handle It, serves as the debut of The Blackfoot Gypsies as a full­force four piece band.
Infusing the honest roots of blues and the deep secrets of real country music, The Blackfoot Gypsies create a rock 'n' roll pace and angst that keep your heart alive, all while pounding to a true Nashville beat. The swirling vortex of their records and live show welcome you into a world where linking arms with friends and strangers keeps your head far above the clouds.

In a world where all too often "music" is made simply to keep the masses happy, the Gypsies make music you can believe in, not just fall for.