The Easthills have released a video for their song “People Will Talk” that features the band’s three original members Hank Campbell, Will Barada and Brad Morgan. The band was a three piece during the making of their debut album “Death of a Salesman”. Upon completion of the album Morgan moved to bass and the band brought in Wade Parish on drums and added Adrian Degner on lead guitar to fill out the current lineup.
This video pays tribute to the nearly two year recording process that they experienced together. We hope that you enjoy it.

View the video now at this link:

Video Credits:
Directed by The Easthills, Andy Wilson & Brandon Kline
Filmed by Brandon Kline & Andy Wilson
Edited by Brandon Kline 
wicker-park-festThe Easthills are happy to announce that they will be part of the 2013 Wicker Park Fest in Chicago, Illinois. The Easthills will perform on day #2 of the event, Sunday, July 28 at 4:00pm.
Hailed as Chicago’s “best street festival of the summer” by the Chicago Tribune, Wicker Park Fest’s reputation has grown into epic proportions. What began as a quaint neighborhood shindig nine years ago, has blossomed into The Can’t Miss Music Event of the season. Once again, cutting edge local and national acts fill out a jam-packed weekend, Saturday, July 27 - Sunday, July 28, 2013.
In addition to the highly regarded live music bill, Wicker Park Fest is a showcase of its’ diverse neighborhood. Historic yet hip, Chicago’s Wicker Park and Bucktown district offers a variety of lifestyle options, including acclaimed restaurants, family activities, a trendy fashion scene and a newly introduced distinctive arts element in 2013, all represented at the fest.

Above all else, Wicker Park Fest is known for the highest quality of live music. It’s become one of Chicago’s most highly anticipated music festivals of the summer – and at a fraction of the admission fee ($5) of the other big music fests. With three stages of live bands and DJs, there’s something for everyone, every genre.

Fastball with Special Guests 650 North & The Easthills September 11-15, 2013


The Easthills have announced a five date run with Fastball and 650 North that will hit Indianapolis, IN; Nashville, TN; Louisville, KY; Osgood, IN and Nashville, TN. Please visit the ‘Shows’ page for dates and details.

About Fastball: With nearly 20 years of milestones under its belt, Fastball remains one of the most continuously celebrated rock bands on the road. After rising to prominence in 1996 with the debut disc Make Your Mama Proud, the Austin, TX-based trio exploded into a household name with 1998’s breakthrough All the Pain Money Can Buy. Thanks in part to the chart-topping hit “The Way,” the top five tune “Out Of My Head,” and the top twenty favorite “Fire Escape,” the record skyrocketed to platinum-plus sales in a mere six months, sending them on a whirlwind tour of the world. Along the way, Fastball scored a pair of Grammy nominations, an MTV Music Award nomination, and regular rotation on the late night talk show circuit.

That momentum continued into the next decade, starting with The Harsh Light of Day (2000), spawning the infectious single “You’re An Ocean,” and guest stars like the late great legend Billy Preston, Stray Cats singer Brian Setzer and former Wallflowers guitarist Michael Ward. Painting the Corners: The Best of Fastball (2002) summed up their vast accomplishments, while turning thepage towards an entirely new critically acclaimed chapter. Keep Your Wig On (2004), produced by Spoon collaborator Mike McCarthy and Fountains of Wayne’s Adam Schlesinger, boasted diverse influences from the British Invasion to power pop and roots rock, expanding upon its radio-ready identity for some of their most astute songwriting to date.

By 2009, the trio turned in Little White Lies entirely on its own terms, earning the best reviews of their career and multiple appearances at South By Southwest. Armed with a catalogue full of timeless rock n’ roll that always exudes a clever pop sensibility, Fastball’s future on the road is certainly poised to provide yet another storied chapter. / /