HOPE FOR AGOLDENSUMMER
Presented by Harvest Records...
CLAIRE CAMPBELL was born into late 70's Southern Music peasantry. The granddaughter of (ye)olde-tyme legendary Eddie Campbell, who shall forever move his pinky toes independently of his other toes, Claire began playing guitar at the delicate age of 16. In 2002, almost a decade later, Claire concieved Hope For Agoldensummer, with her twang-infested neighbor, Deb Davis, and her tiny-footed sister, Page Campbell. Since then she has played shows in Peru, scored Nick Nolte's film "Off the Black", and hung perilously from many trapezes. She continues to write and perform with Hope For Agoldensummer and make soap to warsh yer pits. In fact, she composes our most requested hits. Claire's net worth is estimated at about $503.31. She has 3 bicycles and she sings and plays Slide Guitar, Bowed Guitar, Singing Saw, Accordion, Clarinet, Kazoo, Ankle Bells, and slaps her knees.
PAGE CAMPBELL was birthed on the new moon, in Georgia, into the deepest dark of any month that year. She has spent the last two decades finding light in a myriad of pursuits, thus extending her institutionalized education into it's 3rd decade. In 2003, she was kidnapped from a Chicago filmschool and sank once again into the bawdy heat of the South. Page is a favorite among local stalkers and public nudists. She recently gave driving directions to ye old tyme topographical masturbator on his way to Elberton, GA. She definitely writes our most popular songs. With the addition of a speeding ticket and the costly sex enhancing breath-strip scam, Page's net worth recently bottomed out to $213.46. She has no car, but she sings and plays Guitar, Sticks, Xylophone, Slide Whistle, and found sound.
"... The thing with the soulful vocals, the soft finger-plucked instrumentation-it's all so damn tangible, so damn human, so present. So much of the redemptive quality of all of Hope ForAgoldensummer's music comes from that ever-present (even in darkness) humanity..." -- RESONATOR MAGAZINE
28 Forsythe St.
Asheville, NC 28801
|Kid Friendly: No|
|Dog Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: No|