The past Tuesday, January 22, Sister Hazel spent an intimate evening with a crowd at the Lincoln Theatre in Raleigh, North Carolina. The alternative rock band originated in Gainesville, Florida in 1993. Sister Hazel consists of Ken Block (acoustic guitar and vocals), Jett Beres (bass), Andrew Copeland (rhythm guitar and vocals), Ryan Newell (lead guitar and harmony vocals), and Mark Trojanowski (drums).
Sister Hazel has produced eight studio albums. They are most well known for their second album ...Somewhere More Familiar, which was released in 1997 under Universal Records. Their song "All For You" off the album was featured on the Billboard Hot 100 list and still remains the band's most successful and well known single. Sister Hazel's latest album Heartland Highway was released on October 12, 2010. Heartland Highway had one radio single song titled "Stay Awhile."
Acoustic artist Russell Howard is currently touring with Sister Hazel and was the evening's opening act. North Carolina fans had a second chance to see Russell Howard and Sister Hazel perform at Amos' Southend in Charlotte on Wednesday, January 23.