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"The Hardees by Wayne Bertch aka Barfly"

This was a Halloween gig, we were lucky enough to have this talented cartoonist in attendance. Barfly has been a staple in NUVO for years now, it is the first thing I look for every time I read. This comic is informative, insightful, and one man's honest opinion on what he hears. Check it. - NUVO NewsWeekly


The Hardees Double LP
Man's Best Friend EP
A Day In The Life Of Joe Redwood Soundtrack featuring the songs "14" and "Marcus Buster".



The Hardees began their quest for funknastyness in late 2003. Now more than 4 years later they have maintianed a presence in the local Indianapois music scene that is rapidly growing. Gaining fans mostly from live shows prompted the band to put out their debut self-titled album. Recreating the free flowing style of the live set in a recording studio brought to life a whole other side of the band, and the diversity in musical backgrounds of each member shine through the recordings. As childhood friends Josh Hause and Justin Alvis have a chemistry that is almost brotherly, and with the addition of drummer Jason Bambery it seems as if these three bandmates were born from the same cosmic egg.
The Hardees had some funktastic shows in 2006 gaining more fans than any previous year, and playing more venues than ever before. As the year went on gigs kept getting bigger and better. 2006 was brought to a close with an enormous new years concert that went well into the night and proved to be an epic show.
In early 2007 The Hardees took to the big screen with the release of A Day In The Life Of Joe Redwood. An independent film featuring the nationally syndicated radio show host Tom Griswald from the Bob & Tom morning show. The Hardees signed on to have the songs "14 and "Marcus Buster" added to the films soundtrack. As the theme song for villain Ben Jergins "14" gained popularity and was considered a great contribution to the film by writer and director Matt Thompson.
In short The Hardees have been funking faces for awhile now. Needless to say, if you enjoy face funkings it would only be proper to have it done by The Hardees.