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5/30/19


Before new Glassnote signing The Teskey Brothers wowed an exuberant crowd at Napa's BottleRock, they warmed up in a big way at L.A.'s famed (and sold-out) Troubadour. Word from the festival grounds proves that it was a great all-around experience. And labelmate Mumford & Sons played like a big headliner closing it out.

As for the SoCal gig, HITS' Samantha Hissong—pictured here with Corden's Jenna Nolan, AWAL's Nicki Shamel, the band's Sam Teskey and Josh Teskey, and Glassnote's Marlee Ehrlich—still hasn't picked her jaw up off the floor.

If you haven't heard it yet, we highly suggest spending a hazy summer evening vibing to their delectably soulful Half Mile Harvest—an eponymous album released late last year.