ARTS Pick: Heartmeat

Hailing from around the state, Heartmeat wears it on the sleeve at The Garage on Sunday. Publicity photo.

Describing themselves as “a band that plays super-cool music,” Heartmeat is the collective effort of musicians Frank Storey, Lilly Hartmetz and James Rios, who bring a variety of experience, from folk and jazz to alternative and funk. “All in all though, it’s the thrill of songwriting that really fuels the band,” says Storey.

Sunday, July 23. Donations accepted, 8pm. The Garage, 100 W. Jefferson St.

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