Hangin with our buds in S.C.!

Heart Shaped Rock had an unforgettable time in South Carolina. Not only did we get to share the stage with Sinister Blind, Driven Under and Melodic Mutiny, but we got to share the House of Blues stage! What a great venue and nice people, thanks to everyone we had the opportunity to meet, we will be back! Check out our duckfacin’ techniques, pretty amazing!

photo by Jewlee Robinson

 

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Sinister Blind / Heart Shaped Rock – House of Blues – Myrtle Beach SC

Thanks to our Heart Shaped friends and family who rocked the vote. We will be playing the Sinister Blind show in Myrtle Beach! HSR is psyched to travel to the Southern climes to rock the House of Blues with Sinister Blind, Driven Under and Melodic Mutiny. Looking forward to meeting some sweet Southern people and enjoying great music and food.

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Details: Sinister Blind, Heart Shaped Rock, Driven Under, Melodic Mutiny
House of Blues, Myrtle Beach, South Carolina on September 5th 2013!

Sinister Blind

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FREE Double Single Download for the 4th of July – Electricland / Better & Better

FREE DOWNLOAD of Heart Shaped Rock “Electricland / Better & Better” double-single! Get Electric for the 4th of July! A huge thanks to everyone who voted on the best version of the Electricland double-single picture. No sheep were harmed in the making of this photo.

Electricland Artwork by Jeremy Martinson courtesy of Ponies Studios
http://www.ponies-studios.com/

 

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FREE Download of “Good Son” by Heart Shaped Rock for Good Friday

For a limited time, download Heart Shaped Rock “Good Son” from our new release “Brought It On” on ZenHill Records. FREE DOWNLOAD available through ReverbNation.

Jeremy Martinson courtesy:
www.jeremymartinson.com
http://churnmagazine.com/

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Quiet Riot / Heart Shaped Rock – Memory Lane Music Hall

On the start of their 2013 tour, Quiet Riot rock Memory Lane Music Hall for one night with special guests, Heart Shaped Rock! Mark down April 27th on your calendar for a show to remember, tickets available online through Memory Lane Music Hall website (scroll down the page to the April shows). Be sure to get to the music hall early, drive safe and most of all BANG YOUR HEAD!

Quiet Riot Featuring:

Frankie Banali (Drums)
Chuck Wright (Bass)
Alex Grossi (Guitar)
Scott Vokoun (Vocals)

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Heart Shaped Rock NOW ON BANDCAMP!

Heart Shaped Rock is now on Bandcamp. Check out our NEW album “Brought It On”, purchase any song for $1, or buy the whole album for only $5, in any format, in high quality! Don’t wait, supplies are limited… oh wait… they are not because it is digital… purchase as many copies as you like, robot-perators are standing by…

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Heart Shaped Rock “Brought It On” Review – Portland Press Herald Go Section

Three out of four stars! Thank you Kristin DiCara-McClellan and Portland Press Herald / Go!

Quote: “Being raised and bred on some of this music by simply being a product of the 1980s, it kind of becomes a hard-wired neurological phenomena, installed and uploaded by the hard-working minions of rock ‘n’ roll….” [read on]

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