The Harvest Band celebrates 30 years playing together
In the three decades that the group has been around, The Harvest Band has seen it all. They dressed like cast members of “Miami Vice” in the ’80s, stopped working as a touring band in the mid-’90s grunge heyday, and are recent Iowa Rock and Roll Hall of Fame nominees.
“We’ve got enough ex-wives between us to fill a small bus,” bass player and emcee Mark Bailey said jokingly during set-up.
Bailey has been playing with the band for 27 years, which was founded by drum and harmonica player Jimmy Robinson. Jimmy’s younger brother, Tom, plays guitar and keyboard for the trio.
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