The Haunted Windchimes squeezed into KRCC's studio.


The Haunted Windchimes stopped by KRCC today promoting their newest release Out with the Crow. The played a few songs and chatted with Jeanette. Click the play button to listen!

Don’t forget: KRCC Concerts presents The Haunted Windchimes at the Fine Arts Center, Friday April 6th, 7:30pm. KRCC is SOLD OUT of member discount tickets, but there are still general public tickets available for $20 at the Fine Arts Center Box Office. In celebration of Out with the Crow, each concert ticket holder will receive a complimentary copy of the new CD.

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(In Studio engineered by KRCC’s intrepid engineer Joel Belik.)

 

3 Responses to In Studio: The Haunted Windchimes

  1. Kyle Freudenberg says:

    FOR THE LOVE OF ALL THAT IS DEAR AND HOLY MAKE YOUR MUSIC EASY TO ACCESS!!!! I LOVE THE SONG HALLELUJAH AND IT IS IMPOSSIBLE TO BUY ON ITUNES NOT AVIABLE TO LISTEN TO ON YOUTUBE OR ANY OF YOUR WEBSITES!! Thank You.

  2. You can hear the whole album at the Windchimes’ Website. HERE. You can also buy the CD while you’re there.

  3. Waiting for another Omaha show! :))))))

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