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Gift Horse

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Gift Horse

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Location:Bloomington, Indiana
Year(s):2008 - 2010
Members:Glenn Hicks, Dan Fierst, Aaron Spelbring
Total Request:2782 (2551 downloads, 231 plays)
Total Request:2782 (2551 downloads, 231 plays)
About:From the ashes of El Nino, Gift Horse (formally known as The Fireworms) have formed to continue the melodic power pop all three members have cut their teeth on throughout their careers. With Glenn Hicks on guitar and lead vocals, Dan Fierst on drums, and the great Aaron Spelbring on bass and vocals, Gift Horse is currently playing gigs around Indiana.

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With support from: Arts Council and the City of Indianapolis

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7/24/17
by Brett Alderman
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by Erin Jeter
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by Brett Alderman
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Recent Blog Posts

7/24/17
by Brett Alderman
Review: Veseria, RLTVTY
Photos by BrandonGuiseDo you ever listen to an album and immediately want to rummage through the cre...
7/21/17
by Erin Jeter
MFT Update: Moving out of Murphy Arts Center
Dear MFT Community,This weekend, Musical Family Tree will be moving our headquarters out of the Murp...
7/21/17
by Brett Alderman
A Celebration of the Psychphonic Variety
A curated space unlike any other, the Museum of Psychphonics is about to find a new home. After its ...