Harley Olivia Live @ The Horseshoe Tavern (Photoset & Review)
Harley Olivia performing live at The Horseshoe Tavern in Toronto. Harley Olivia put on a great performance, mixing elements of rock, metal, punk and pop to give the audience an exhilerating show. I love the combination of influences that the band mixes into their show, it’s heavy as hell one moment and dancy the next, you never know what’s coming next, but you know it’s going to be good! View our photos from the night below, and keep scrolling for more info on Harley Olivia!
Harley Olivia has seen it all. From fronting metal bands to circus-punk and everything in between, Harley has always felt most alive on the stage. Her energetic performances are characterized by punchy synths, infectious melodies and Harley’s signature swagger.
But at the heart of it all, a Harley Olivia show is an empowering, rock n’ roll dance party where anyone is free to come join in and shake off the shame.
In the past, she has won the Jack Daniel’s Supporting Act Competition and recorded with JUNO Award-Winning producer Siegfried Meier. For her debut solo EP entitled ‘Hiding Little Pieces’, Harley has once again teamed up with Meier to record her own mix of pop-rock fusion.
Online, Harley has a buzzing community on YouTube where she puts her own spin on her favourite songs. Noteable covers are Annie Lennox’s “Into The West” from The Lord of the Rings, “Everytime” by Britney Spears and “Unholy” by Sam Smith and Kim Petras. Collectively they have reached over 300,000 views.
Now Harley is back where she belongs – on the stage, where she can take part in what she calls “music therapy” for both performer and audience member alike.