The Conversation

Sister Hazel: A Special Presentation

By on February 18th, 2013

On Feb. 6, The Conversation hosted a couple of guests very close to the heart of Gainesville. Ken Block and Andrew Copeland of the platinum selling band Sister Hazel joined us in the studio for a one-hour special presentation to talk about their early days in Gainesville, their coffee shop, the Gainesville woman who inspired their band name and to play a few acoustic versions of their songs. The interview will be uploaded soon.

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