After eight years and three albums, Tennessee-based rockers Framing Hanley are calling it a career.
As a send-off and thank you to fans, the group embarked on a five-month tour across the U.S. that will wrap up in August.
With two Houston-area stops on the band’s “Fharewell Tour” at the end of May, fans at both BFE Rock Club in Northwest Houston and the 18th Street Pier in San Leon were fortunate enough to be a part of the group’s history.
The audience at the BFE Rock Club on Friday, May 29, was treated to a fantastic set of the Framing Hanley’s hits including their acclaimed cover of Lil’ Wayne’s “Lollipop,” which played a huge role in the band’s rise to popularity in the late 2000s.
Many came early for the show and were treated to a long list of supporting acts, including Heartist from Orange County CA, as well as Houston’s own Hold On Hollywood, Citta, The Other LA and Worhol. Most of those who showed up early stayed until the last note from the headliner, hearing FH frontman Kenneth Nixon share the group’s overwhelming appreciation of not only the fans support that night but Houston’s support of the band since the band first started touring.
Photos by Shawn Hamilton