PEOPLE LIKE YOU is a totally original and innovative band of musicians from Portsmouth, NH, offering a genuinely unique and imaginative new approach in their style of music and live stage presence. With a repertoire of tunes ranging from folk ballads to hard hitting Indie Rock, they can and do play any genre of music. With complex and intricate harmonies and highly-imaginative and thought-provoking lyrical content, PEOPLE LIKE YOU write and perform songs about anything and everything. Backed with a catalog of original songs and creative covers of classic material, PEOPLE LIKE YOU knows how to entertain a crowd, sharing their love of music and passion for performing with their audience. Whether playing a large concert hall or a small, intimate pub, PEOPLE LIKE YOU offer a wide array of musical diversity and instrumentation and can be seen performing live in many shapes and sizes ranging from a quintet powerhouse of electric rock to an acoustic trio with vocals, guitars and piano. Their shows are always celebrated as "memorable" and "one of a kind" and they always leave a crowd wanting more!

Established in the summer of 2013, PEOPLE LIKE YOU has aired many of their new singles on 92.5 The River, Boston's #1 Independent Radio Station. They recently won The Stone Church 2014 "Battle of the Bands" (one of New Hampshire's most renowned live music venues) and rank #1 on Reverbnation.

With over 4 hours of original music, PEOPLE LIKE YOU is constantly creating a wealth of new material and adding to their already unique and diverse repertoire. The band is currently working on their first full length studio album and with a Berklee College of Music graduate in Music Production & Engineering their recordings are professional and highly intricate.

Andrew Polakow: Singer-Songwriter, Guitar, Banjo, Mandolin, Jaw Harp

Eli Elkus: Singer-Songwriter, Guitar, Kazoo, Slide Whistle, Ukelele

Justin Sheriff: Keyboards, Harmonica, Accordion, Production and Engineering

Rob Littlefield: Bass

Max Elkus: Drums and Percussion [+]
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