"The Honorifics" version of "The Archies" "La Dee Doo Down Down"
Announcer: Dave Carney
A tribute to “The Archies”. Archie Andrews dies in July 2014 issue of “Life With Archie.” We want to celebrate his life and how “Archie” has been important to all of us.
THE HONORIFICS LIVE AT THE SMITH CENTER
INDIE ARTIST SPOTLIGHT
The Honorifics on KLAV1230 AM Las Vegas
Indie Music Channel Award Winners, The Honorifics, rock the red carpet in Hollywood!!!
And receive prestigious nomination for “Album of the Year”
“If there was ever proof that the lines between Rock & Roll and Country have been inextricably blurred, this is it!” – Jon Lindquist
Hollywood, CA, April 28, 2013– The Honorifics prevailed at the 2013 Indie Music Channel Awards in Hollywood, winning the award for “Best Country Band ” for the song “Ain’t Gonna Try Anymore” A panel of music industry professionals chose the winners. The Honorifics were also nominated for “Best Album of the Year”.
West Hollywood came alive at the famed House of Blues on Sunset Boulevard April 28, 2013. Complete with nominee red carpet interviews and paparazzi, a packed house of independent music artist nominees from around the world, international press and entertainment industry professionals, the 2013 Indie Music Channel Awards event was a huge success. Emmy award winner Christopher Ewing, creator of the Indie Music Channel, presented The Honorifics award.
Ewing says, “Take the fun beat of rockabilly and mix it with a little bit of country, a little bit of pop, and a whole lot of cool, and you get the band, “The Honorifics.”…I am so very proud of you guys!!”
The Honorifics are fresh, fun, and catchy as hell!
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The Honorifics are nominated for TWO Indie Music Channel Awards!
Fantastic versions of some rockin classics featured here..diggin your vocal work for ‘Only In My Dreams’ and just love that shimmering, hypnotising take on ‘Suspicion’..love the drums!!
Tuning back in to the great sounds of The Honorifics. Charming, sweet, wholesome. Delightfully smooth duets. "It Must Have Been Love" is especially precious.