Toronto roots rock band, Enter The Haggis, is at the heart of a true grassroots success story, and never has this been more evident than with the group's latest release, Whitelake. Recorded at a rustic cottage surrounded by Canada's picturesque landscape, and funded entirely through the generous contributions of loyal fans, Whitelake occupies a musical space that lies somewhere between the fiercely creative and contemporary soundscapes of Radiohead, and the heartfelt story telling and infectious grooves of The Band.
Five albums and a decade on the road have seen Enter The Haggis evolve from wildly popular local band to established international touring act. Their formula for success has been a simple one: record great music, back it up with inspired live performances, and tour constantly. It's this uncompromising commitment to their music and fans that has seen the band garner top ten charting positions on Billboard, Amazon, and iTunes; major television appearances such as A&E's Breakfast with the Arts and Live with Regis and Kelly; and their very own PBS special.
Eclectic. Electric. Roots Rock Reinvented.
Enter the Haggis Fans Collecting Donations for Hurricane Sandy Victims
Local Haggis Heads, fans of the Celtic rock group Enter the Haggis, are uniting to collect donations of nonperishable food, clothing and other items for the victims of Hurricane Sandy during the band’s performance at the Musikfest Cafe in Bethlehem Nov. 24, 7:30 p.m. Items collected as part of the “Haggis Head Hurricane Sandy Relief Drive” will be distributed throughout the region by Haggis Heads, through the assistance of the Salvation Army and local volunteers. In addition, the Haggis Heads will be holding a raffle at the show, with all raffle proceeds and monetary donations that are collected going to American Red Cross Disaster Relief.
Patrons attending the Enter the Haggis show are encouraged to bring any of the following new and unused items to donate:
For more information on the Haggis Head Hurricane Sandy Relief Drive, please contact Lynn Highland at 570-401-1739 or firstname.lastname@example.org.