O•VAD•YA - Thursday, July 22, 6-9 pm (With Ely Cooper & Benyamin Herst)

Thu Jul 22 2021 at 06:00 pm to 09:00 pm

Montrose Saloon | Chicago

O\u2022VAD\u2022YA  - Thursday, July 22, 6-9 pm (With Ely Cooper & Benyamin Herst) O•VAD•YA |
Thursday, July 22, 6-9 pm.
(With Ely Cooper & Benyamin Herst)

O•VAD•YA has been playing before diverse audiences for over ten years, all the way from opening for Eric Burdon and the Animals to Piamenta (the "Israeli Jimi Hendrix"), to benefits, to live radio, from festivals to synagogues to rock clubs, to intimate coffee houses.
Their music has been featured on radio nationally and locally (WXRT, WNUR, WBEZ, WNUR, WLUP and many more), charting in CMJ and grabbing major (Polygram) label interest and indie label offers.
Press on O•VAD•YA and its music includes Chicago Sun Times affiliates, Chicago Tribune, Illinois Entertainer, Yediot Achoronot, and many other newspapers / periodicals.
More recently, O•VAD•YA has been written up in the Pioneer Press, (a chicago-area news magazine that reaches 52 communities) and the band’s music is now on Vocolo (WBEZ affiliate), was being featured on WGCOam and just signed with a Swiss Record Label, Ensemble Music.
Linda Wolf has lent her melodic and haunting textures to monster guitarist Phil Keaggy and another major label performer and played with original, far-reaching New York, Chicago-area, and now, North Carolina bands.
M Hurley's songwriting and her guitar work/music interested Polygram and received indie label offers and has been on radio. She was featured in Guitar World magazine and other press and signed a licensing deal with Outright Music in 2012.
Vocalist Terrence Price has been called "a gentle, yet strong triple threat" (Jack Helbig, Chicago Reader). Terrence's unique style has been honed through consistent work in Chicago as an actor, model, voice-over for national and local companies and musically by headlining with powerful funk/rock bands including opening for the Village People. Terrence's vocals range from original thru rock, gospel, dance music (co-writing and recording with Chicago-born DJ Roy Davis Jr) and R&B with actor Anthony Montgomery.
Matt Kanter, an alum of The Collective School of Music in New York city, has played drums extensively with nationally known bands (and locally-known ëven sh’siyah) and performed all over the US, South Africa, Israel and Mexico. When not wowing audiences, he teaches drums and does studio work.
Chris LeSueur has performed around Chicago in his band, the well-known Tarpit, which was on Crank Records. Before then, he was in an earlier band called Can’t Move was on a label called Snat5 (also home of the infamous Mentally Ill in the early 80s). Chris is also a songwriter in his own right.

Event Venue & Nearby Stays

Montrose Saloon, 2933 W Montrose Ave, Chicago, United States

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