WHITE PLAINS, N.Y. -- A student in White Plains and two bandmates are taking their musical talents on tour this summer, beginning with stops in White Plains and Brooklyn, N.Y., in the coming weeks.
Local tour stops include Thursday, June 30 at Muchmore's, Brooklyn, N.Y.; Friday, July 1, Anthony's Coal Fired Pizza, 264 Main St., White Plains and Saturday, July 2, Hastings Tea & Coffee, 235 Main St., White Plains.
The group will continue the tour in Massachusetts, where White Plains High School senior Jacob Harelick, a drummer, bandleader and arranger, will attend Berklee College of Music in Boston.
The trio all graduated from a five-week summer performance program at Berklee in 2015, where they formed their indie-pop band, Walking is Like Running. Band members include Zachary Lewis-Towbes, of California (vocals/guitar) and Jeremy Saunders, of Virginia (bass).
The group parted ways last summer, then met again in December at Lewis-Towbes' home in Santa Barbara to record an EP.
A flyer on the band's summer tour is attached.See Attachment
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