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Hyannis Sound Continues Its World Tour of Cape Cod!

This week has been a whirlwind of activity! After performing in Falmouth on Monday and doing a short set at the Daily Brew soon after, we recorded our Annual Bootleg Album in Chatham on Tuesday. We're relieved it's over and can't wait to hear the finished product! Expect the album to be available during our final week of shows. After another two gigs on Wednesday, we're ready to finish up the week strong with two energy-filled shows! Don't forget to come check us out in Brewster tonight and Hyannis tomorrow; take a look at the schedule section above for directions!


Annual Bootleg 8!

Come be a part of Hyannis Sound history!  We will be recording our 8th Annual Bootleg (live recording) tonight, Tuesday July 20th at 8pm at St. Christopher's Episcopal Church in Chatham.  Tonight's show will consist of an extra-long set including more than 20 songs from this summer.  Please join us in the excitement of this once-a-year experience.  Hope to see you there!


Come see us at Pilgrim Church in Harwich - Sunday at 7pm!

The summer is flying by, but there are still plenty of chances to see us sing! In addition to our standard weekly schedule, we'll be at Pilgrim Congregational Church on Route 28 in Harwich this Sunday.  The show starts at 7pm, and donations will be accepted at the door.  Click here for directions!


Lt. Dave Snell Returns for July 4th

A lot of you may remember Dave Snell, our most recent alumnus and go-to bass for the previous three summers. Last fall, Dave enrolled in Officer Training School with the U.S. Marine Corps and was made a Lieutenant earlier this year. They gave him leave for July 4th weekend so he flew up to spend it with us. Here's a clip from our July 4th Extravaganza(!) in Hyannis. Dave comes onstage and sings a barbershop arrangement of "God Bless America" with Brian, Phil, and Jeff. We couldn't be more proud of him and thank him for his service and for adding some BAM to our most patriotic show of the year. Gotta admit, he looks good.


No Friday Show; Two Special Shows Coming Up!

Just as a reminder, there will be no show at the Federated Church in Hyannis tonight.  However, we will be performing two 4th of July EXTRAVAGANZAS this year!  The first one is tomorrow night at the Federated Church at 8:00 PM.  The second, to finish out the holiday weekend, will be on Monday in Falmouth at the First Congregational Church on Main St., also at 8:00 PM.

We'll be decked out in ridiculous red, white and blue costumes as well as adding patriotic songs to our normal music rep. Come check out the show celebrating Independence Day!