When Johnny Reed and the Houserockers toured the country from the late 1990s until the mid-2000s, the group was on the verge of hitting it big.
They performed in Tennessee, Michigan, Illinois, and Indiana — they even performed in Canada. But around 2005, the band began to fall apart. Since then, the band has lacked continuity, having a revolving door of members.
Mr. Reed, the lead singer and harmonica player, is trying to reinvent his band in hopes of leading it back to where it was. Mr. Reed and his band will perform Aug. 9 as part of Lunch at Levis Square, a weekly summer event featuring live music, food trucks, and games.
As Mr. Reed works to reinvent his band, he’s focused on bringing in members to get back the band’s simple sound.
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