The Higgs at High Sierra 2020!


It’s our honor to announce that we will be at this year’s High Sierra Music Festival! This incredible lineup also includes our friends TwiddleSpaffordLettuceGooseJoe Russo’s Almost Dead and many more…


High Sierra Music Festival is an event where the campgrounds host more performances than the stages—a mountain-high tradition for a reason! Come get back to the roots of west coast festivals with us this July for their 30th annual event. Tickets are on sale now at HighSierraMusic.com

THE HIGGS HINT AT COVER CHOICES IN UPCOMING BACK TO BACK DEAD & CO AFTERPARTIES

Photo By: Miles Hurley

Tis’ the season to celebrate, and Los Angeles’ jam-rockers The Higgs are ready to bring the party to the Miracle Theater December 27th and 28th. The four-piece “Cosmic-California Rock” outfit will be performing after the Dead & Co. shows, with a very special set prepared for night one.

Lead singer and guitarist John Lovero shared his thoughts on the upcoming show: “We are elated to play the historic Miracle Theatre Inglewood!  For those of you attending the Dead & Co. shows, this will be a perfect chance to keep the night going. The band has been fortifying a few special surprises that you aren’t going to want to miss!  We have been hard at work in the rehearsal studio, making sure to create two nights you won’t forget!”

The Higgs have something special in store for fans on December 27th, the incredibly talented foursome has crafted a setlist full of surprises that will not only have fans groovin’ and movin’ but also will have them on their toes trying to guess what might come next. The set will feature covers of fellow jam artist’s songs. We would love to tell you more, but it’s so much more fun to tease!  The band has prepared a little peek into their plans with a poem to share what may be in store for the covers set.

My dreams are on fire, 
Dreaming my desire.
Hook a wire to my brain, 
Relax & keep my dreaming free.

Keeping the world on a string, 
Winter slowly stumbled home.
You ran faster than the wind,
While every breath resembled smoke. 

While the morning is crying rays of sunrise, 
Remember to always celebrate the people you love. Take a look into the haze as the world starts beating, As long as there’s water and the lights are low. 

So leave the light on for me lady, In the darkness our tribe will always find the way home. 

CAN YOU GUESS THE 8 DIFFERENT SONGS AND/OR BANDS THEY WILL COVER!?

Show details:
Miracle Theater
226 S Market Street
Inglewood, CA 90301Doors at 10 P.M.NIght one ticket link: https://www.ticketweb.com/event/the-higgs-the-miracle-theater-tickets/10042455?fbclid=IwAR1_sPr2PMRLVcTcvSCuUOACE4JqKpfK9IiynYSNYiD55pt0rSt9OkSkkh4Night two ticket link: https://www.ticketweb.com/event/the-higgs-the-miracle-theater-tickets/10042485?fbclid=IwAR1ilYFf4l_H1RZh_VPnQtvbBIsw8-oHSSLUMOKUCtrtSTf-lEttKYmSq2c

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Review of HangTown!

Thanks for the love from grateful web on our Hangtown music festival set!

“Take The Higgs for example. The inventive Los Angeles-based four-piece have been garnering national attention as of late, and Friday at Hangtown, judging by the freeform dancers in the audience, The Higgs made a big splash for existing fans and those who were previously uninitiated to their psychedelia-flavored brand of audio delights. Higgs magic was fueled, during their two sets, through Jesse Jennings soaring keyboard passages and John Lovelo’s dexterous guitar, which glided nicely over steady bass (David Barsky) and drums (Garrett Morris).”

https://www.gratefulweb.com/articles/hangtown-music-festival-2019-review

Mercury Lounge Review

Thanks to the Poke Around for the kind words about out Mercury Lounge show in New York City!

“California-based improv rock band The Higgs have been powering their way through a big, cross country 2019 fall tour, and this past week has seen the tour take a very special route through the northeast. On Sunday night, The Poke Around caught their headlining set at Manhattan’s Mercury Lounge, and man, was it a good time.”