Gardendale & Berkley
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Gardendale & Berkley

Bloomington, Indiana, United States

Bloomington, Indiana, United States
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"Where The Internet Took Us-Real Life Edition"

"There were some good rockers, some not so good rockers, some passable ballads and then this bombshell of a song that no one was expecting, and that we started to tear up during.

The song is “Eva’s Tikkun Olam” and was performed by Loren Gurman of the group Gardendale & Berkley. The song tells the story of Eva Mozes Kor, Holocaust survivor, advocate of forgiveness and founder of the Candles Holocaust Museum in Terre Haute, IN. It does so in a poetic first person narrative that reminds us once again why we believe in the power of song." - Matthew Alano-Martin


"Where The Internet Took Us-Real Life Edition"

"There were some good rockers, some not so good rockers, some passable ballads and then this bombshell of a song that no one was expecting, and that we started to tear up during.

The song is “Eva’s Tikkun Olam” and was performed by Loren Gurman of the group Gardendale & Berkley. The song tells the story of Eva Mozes Kor, Holocaust survivor, advocate of forgiveness and founder of the Candles Holocaust Museum in Terre Haute, IN. It does so in a poetic first person narrative that reminds us once again why we believe in the power of song." - Matthew Alano-Martin


Discography

'White's The Fire EP' 2009

'Charlie Potential' 2010

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Bloomington’s Gardendale & Berkley creates songs with a theatrical flare that sound as if “Regina Spektor listened to a lot of Neutral Milk Hotel and then began to write.” Founded in 2008 by Indiana University playwriting student Loren Gurman, the band soon released ‘The White’s The Fire EP’, and the album ‘Charlie Potential’ in 2010.

The all new G&B lineup (As of February 2011) includes guitarist Gabriel Garber of You’re A Liar, Oliver Hopkins and Michael Preuschl of HotFox, bassist Andrew Walden and electronics composition artist David Benson.