Alternative rock group Stealing Heather held a special acoustic event at Room 5 in front of an intimate crowd. As friends and fans filled their seats, they began the set-list that included eight soothing songs. The “unplugged” evening provided a change in scenery for the band as they typically perform with electric guitars and keyboards to achieve their sound.

Fronted by Joshua Aaron, the four-piece act played poised and relaxed for the Hollywood audience. They started the evening with Breathe Out, the latest single off the album Your Mistake that was released last spring. Lead Guitarist Jim Briggs’ gentle strumming provided warm elements, which fit perfectly withAaron’s rhythm playing. Drummer Scotty Lund added a tribal presence that complimented the acoustic sounds traveling in the air. George Bohdan channeled the strong vibrations from his bass that echoed across the stage as he completed the lineup.

Stealing Heather appeared as if they played live from their living rooms. Each song included a jam session vibe that expressed the appreciation they have for one another. The crowd interactions included a special Happy Birthday performance they dedicated to a lucky fan in attendance. Conspiracy closed the evening as the group expressed their admiration for the home crowd.

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photos and review by: Jacob Gaitan