Waterville’s Finest: Indie Folk Trio Oliver Hazard Discuss New Single ‘Use Me Up,’ Their Namesake Festival, & More
Born in 1785, Oliver Hazard Perry was a U.S. naval officer who, after defeating a British squadron in the Battle of Lake Erie in the War of 1812, became a national hero.
He also happens to be the namesake of a three-piece band from Ohio.
Oliver Hazard, consisting of instrumentalists Devin East, Mike Belazis, and Griffin McCulloch, has a sound that embodies the adjectival granola vibe. With a playful indie-folk sound and Americana influences, fans and listeners of Houndmouth, Rayland Baxter, and The Paper Kites will undoubtedly become familiar with the music of Oliver Hazard.Read more on music mecca