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After three years on the road and over 200 shows under their belts, The Hart Strings have recorded a live album. Capturing what many have heard in the tours spanning the Eastern United States, "LIVE" was recorded right at home, at the Clifton Center in Louisville, KY. This show, performed on Kentucky Homefront on November 14, 2015, was the last local show of the year, and this album is the summary of three years of miles, shows, and friends.


released January 1, 2016

Logan Rifenberg // Guitar, Vocals
Hunter Mulkey // Bass
Josh Druin // Violin, Vocals
Ted Hartog // Banjo, Vocals, Percussion



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Logan, Hunter, Josh and Ted.

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Track Name: Indiana
Don't tell me now that I don't care if you want me,
I can see it every day, you take a step to walk away.
Don't tell me now that I don't care if you love me,
you could come to my house every night, hold my hand, and hold it tight

Just come to me whenever you have a problem,
I don't want you to know how it feels to cry alone.
Just call my name and darling I'll try to solve them,
there's no way I'd let you down, we live miles apart but we're in the same town

Won't you come on back to Indiana, or drive to Tennessee,
I live here and I'll be there just hoping that you come home to me,
Buy a ticket, buy some gas, just buy a house right next to me,
Won't you come on back to Indiana, or drive to Tennessee

Don't tell me now that I could've had you last summer, when I was alone
dwelling on the past, it makes you nice and it makes me a jerk
We are here and now, and I've been trying my hardest to figure us out,
it's hard for you to see the reason I'd rather die before letting you leave


I couldn't love you, I couldn't fall asleep at night
you thought that I didn't want you
you thought that I thought I'd be alright

I won't come on back to Indiana, or drive to Tennessee,
because I lived here, and I went there just hoping you'd come home to me
bought a ticket, bought some gas, just bought a house I thought you'd like
but I know wherever you go I will walk right by your side