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It's always an adventure for musically diverse Hallelujah the Hills

Above: members of the Boston-based Hallelujah the Hills (from left) Eric Meyer, Joe Marrett, Brian Rutledge, Elio DeLuca, Ryan Walsh, and David Bentley. The band plays T.T. the Bear's tomorrow night. Above: members of the Boston-based Hallelujah the Hills (from left) Eric Meyer, Joe Marrett, Brian Rutledge, Elio DeLuca, Ryan Walsh, and David Bentley. The band plays T.T. the Bear's tomorrow night. (ROBERT E. KLEIN FOR THE BOSTON GLOBE)
By Jonathan Perry
Globe Correspondent / August 24, 2007

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The six members of Boston's Hallelujah the Hills grew up hearing different voices. Cellist-guitarist David Bentley attended college in Athens, Ga., during the '90s and immersed himself in the city's lo-fi psychedelic-pop scene led by bands such as Neutral Milk Hotel and the Olivia Tremor Control. The first album bassist Joe Marrett says he "got really excited about" was Public ... (Full article: 660 words)

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