The Heartless Hearts, October 16, 8 PM, Livestream

Join the Heartless Hearts, a duo of the singer-songwriters Peter Aaron and Sandrine, on Saturday, October 16, 8 PM, livestreamed on YouTube from Green Kill.

Join the Heartless Hearts, a duo of the singer-songwriters Peter Aaron and Sandrine, on Saturday, October 16, 8 PM, livestreamed on YouTube from Green Kill.

Please go to this Eventbrite link to access the livestream: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/the-heartless-hearts-october-16-8-pm-livestream-tickets-185922648647

The suggested donation for this event is 5 dollars, minimum is 1 dollar. Green Kill is able to bring this live stream to the public at great personal cost. Please help us to keep this quality program going.


Heartless Hearts

The Heartless Hearts are the duo of singer-songwriters Peter Aaron and Sandrine. Aaron (vocals, guitar) is the founder, lead vocalist, and guitarist of the influential New York band the Chrome Cranks and currently also performs with rock ’n’ roll quintet the Stabbing Jabs and the free noise project Peter Aaron/Brian Chase Duo. His past projects include the hardcore bands Sand in the Face and Sluggo; the psychedelic guitar duo Avondale Airforce; and the garage punk trio Young Skulls. The soundtrack he recorded with the trio APR (featuring drummer Bobby Previte) for the indie horror film The Furies Inside Me was released in 2018. Sandrine (vocals, keyboards) is an acclaimed solo artist and session musician who enjoyed great success in her native Australia and in Europe before settling in the US in 2006. Her debut single, “Trigger” (September 2003), reached No. 28 on the ARIA Singles Chart. She has released three albums, Trigger (November 2003), Dark Fades into the Light (2008), and Circles (2010); the latter two overseen by producer Malcolm Burn (Bob Dylan, Patti Smith, Emmylou Harris). Part of what sets her powerfully moving style apart is its deep gospel feel: Starting her career at age six as a member of her family’s traveling Christian music group, she toured New Zealand and Australia with the troupe, performing at churches and festivals, before striking out on her own.