Led by singer, songwriter, and multi-instrumentalist Gabriel Harley, GHB returns to the studio and stage in 2018 for an all new album and a crowd-pleasing stage show featuring their original material along with a slew of classic rock, blues, and soul tunes.

Fronted by the throaty baritone of singer/guitarist Gabriel Harley and the steamy soulfulness of vocalist/guitarist Lizz Jackson, GHB brings a party to every stage they visit.

"If the room isn't up dancing and singing along, we haven't done our job," says Harley.

GHB draws their sound from classic artists like Stevie Ray Vaughn, Bill Withers, Wilson Pickett, and Aretha Franklin, as well as more contemporary influences like the Tedeschi-Trucks Band, Gov’t Mule, and Norah Jones.

"This band is about joy, pure and simple," Harley says. "It's about relishing the moment. We're all pulled in a million directions, under a constant assault from politics, technology, and the crazy pace of modern life. So sometimes you just have to turn off the phone, grab a drink, and sing along with 200 of your closest friends."


In addition to original material from Gabriel’s albums, GHB plays a wide variety of great songs by other artists.  Below are just a few of the tunes you’re likely to hear at a GHB show. And, in every case, you can be guaranteed this creative 7-piece group will put their own fun and funky spin on the music.

Ain’t No Sunshine (Bill Withers)

Black Magic Woman (Santana)

Dock of the Bay (Otis Redding)

Don’t Wanna Fight (Alabama Shakes)

Ex’s & Oh’s (Elle King)

I Heard It Through the Grapevine (Marvin Gaye)

I Need Never Get Old (Nathaniel Ratliff)

In the Midnight Hour (Wilson Pickett)

Moneygrabber (Fitz & The Tantrums)

No Roots (Alice Merton)

Off the Ground (The Record Company)

Rehab (Amy Winehouse)

Roadhouse Blues (The Doors)

Take Me to the River (Al Green)

Wish I Knew You (The Revivalists)