Berkley Hart Drop New CD “Crow”, Release shows July 8, 9

| July 19, 2011 | 1 Comment

San Diego’s own Berkley Hart, now a nationally known duo after five albums and countless appearances, announce the release of their sixth CD, “Crow.” Each of their five previous albums have earned nominations or won San Diego Music Awards (SDMA) and critical acclaim. Every Berkley Hart album builds on the promise of the one before. 2006’s “Pocket Change,” was dubbed by the San Diego Troubadour as finding the duo “at its best, combining poignant lyrics with masterfully crafted melodies and harmonies. It captures their live sound in its purest form: two guys, two guitars, and an occasional harmonica or banjo.”“Twelve,” released in 2004, was self-produced and recorded entirely in a home studio. The album received an SDMA for Best Americana Album.

In 2002, the duo released “Something To Fall Back On,” which received that year’s SDMA for Best Adult Alternative Album. For that album, Relix Magazine proclaimed, “The band infuses its rich, harmony-laden songs with strains of bluegrass, folk, country and rock, while their solid and finely-crafted songs are a good melding of yesterday and today.” 2000’s “Wreck ‘n’ Sow,” was a critical success out of the box that won that year’s SDMA prize for Best Local Recording, and took home the coveted Best New Artist trophy as well. Berkley Hart will celebrate the release of “Crow” in two concerts, July 8 and 9 from 6:00 to 10:00 p.m., at Swedenborg Hall, 1531 Tyler Avenue, San Diego. Tickets are a mere $20 and can be reserved via the PayPal link on

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