Brooklyn New York is home base for — Charly Bliss — a band that continues to gain traction and popularity within rock music’s Alternative genre.
First formed in 2011 — this four-piece unit features some throwback stylings – specializing in a sound that is both familiar within the greater New York area and the Northeast and which also does bring back some fond memories for the mid 1980’s early 1990’s era.
Charly Bliss played to an almost sold out crowd at what could be called their hometown venue — Webster Hall (formerly the famed Ritz Theater) — in Brooklyn NY.
The alternative rock band features lead singer/guitarist Eva Hendricks (who attended NYU college literally across the street) from Webster Hall. Her bandmates include drummer Sam Hendricks (Eva’s brother ), Dan Shure (bass), and guitarist Spencer Fox.
Their carefree and fun spirit is well captured in their most recent release “Young Enough” which is the band’s second full length album and which came out in May 2019.
Charly Bliss’ on stage resemblance, including their signature female fronted singer, does draw some comparisons to a 1980’s power pop group but that simple and effective approach provides for a very infectious and entertaining live show.
We loved Eva’s high pitched, yet glossy voice which radiates the stage in a wide open fashion and the bands high level of confidence and outstanding quality of sound effectively showcased what they really are all about — having fun.
You can check out more about Charly Bliss at their official links below.
Event review and photo gallery by Dave DeAngelis