3 Bricks Shy
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3 Bricks Shy

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The best kept secret in music


"3 Bricks Shy"

3 Bricks Shy
Vocal harmonies so strong they’ll sock you in the eye and steal your lunch money. Vocal harmonies so confident they’ll make fun of your shoes and pepper you with “Yo’ Momma...” jokes. However, the vocal harmonies are also cordial they’ll bring you chicken soup when you have the flu, and so beautiful, they’ll have blurry “Glamour Shot” photos taken at K-Mart while wearing tons of make up and a fluffy pink boa. Visit the website at www.3bricks.com. - Don Guthrie - Westmoreland Arts and Heritage Festival


Three Bricks Shy - November 2005


Feeling a bit camera shy


Three Bricks Shy is a quartet playing a mix of 70’s & 80’s acoustic & country rock, as well as original compositions. The band is known for tight three-part harmonies that lend themselves to material such as Teach Your Children and Helplessly Hoping by CSNY, Seven Bridges Road by The Eagles, and off-the-beaten-track selections like Panama Red (New Riders of The Purple Sage) and Gordon Lightfoot’s Sundown. They have a casual, crowd-friendly approach that easily engages the audience.

Comprised of Tim Lint on acoustic guitar, harmonica, and vocals, Sam Paul on acoustic guitar and vocals, and Randy Miller on electric bass and vocals, the band has been performing throughout the Laurel Highlands of western Pennsylvania since 2000. In 2004, Three Bricks Shy added David Walters on drums and percussion, and his unique talents have brought a new dynamic to the band.

They started performing in the Ligonier area and soon widened their reach to include many of the pubs and ski resorts throughout the Laurel Highlands. They are regulars at Seven Springs Mountain Resort, The Hollow Tavern, and Mountain View Inn. 3BS has also performed as the opening act for the Povertyneck Hillbillies and The Marshall Tucker Band. The band is recognized for its widely appealing songlist, but its powerful three part vocal harmonies are its strength.

With the release of their first, self-titled CD, the band looks forward to broadening its horizons and bringing its music to more and more audiences. For more information, go to the band’s website: www.3bricks.com.