Rushville Republican

May 14, 2013

The Easthills release debut album

Local rockers off to a good start

Rushville Republican

RUSHVILLE — The Easthills, a band comprised of several noteworthy local musicians, released their debut album “Death of a Salesman” last month.

The release is on sale and available in deluxe edition CD format via the band’s official website at and also at Luna Music in Indianapolis. The digital download version is also available through their official website and online at CD Baby, iTunes, Amazon and other digital sellers.

The Easthills celebrated the release of Death of a Salesman in front of more than 300 fans with a concert April 13 at Birdy’s in Indianapolis. The show featured 18 songs including the entire new album, unreleased songs and newly written material.

Producer and guitarist Doug Henthorn (Healing Sixes, Joe Bonamassa, John Hiatt) joined them on stage for two songs in what turned out to be an unforgettable night.

The debut album, Death of a Salesman, consists of 11 tracks, 12 in its bonus track format, that range from crunchy, power pop gems to stomp rock grooves and piano based balladry with a twist.

The songs lend themselves to the band’s influences while also creating a unique sound of their own complete with big guitars and big harmonies that cover all points on the rock spectrum.

The Easthills are Will Barada (vocals, guitar), Hank Campbell (vocals, guitar), Brad Morgan (bass, drums on the album) and recent additions Adrian Degner (guitar) and Wade Parish (drums).

On the Net

Twitter: @TheEasthills