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From the office to the stage

Local band frontman is a lobbyist by day, rock star by night

Hard Soul is gaining a strong following in the Capital District and beyond.

Hard Soul is gaining a strong following in the Capital District and beyond. Submitted Photo

— “Whenever I’m writing songs nothing is ever good enough. Some songs on the EP have been around for four years because I was never happy with (them),” said Salka. “It’s been an effort to be the best as possible and I’ve always strived to be professional and worked at it.”

Hard Soul will hit the road for a show in New York City on Friday, July 20, but will be back in Albany on Thursday, July 26, at The Bayou Café at 8 p.m. and Friday, July 27, at Bobby T’s Sports Grill at 9:30 p.m.

To learn more about the band and their EP, visit www.thehardsoul.com or keep up with them on Facebook and Twitter (Facebook.com/thehardsoul and Twitter.com/thehardsoul). View the music video for “You Broke Him” at www.youtube.com/WatchHardSoul.

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