Creating the Hey Nineteen Logo
A quick video from Ajay Coletta that explains the concepts and design process of the Hey Nineteen logo.
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The show last night at Showcase Live was fantastic. If you’ve never seen Steely Dan live but always wanted to, go to one of Ajay’s shows. You will get the experience and be very hard pressed to tell the difference ! Congrats to Ajay and all the rest of the band.
Great band if you like Steely Dan definitely worth it. A great night. You guys are frickin awesome!!!!!!
I can’t say enough about the incredible musicianship of everyone in this band. If you love Steely Dan you have to check out Hey Nineteen. They cover all of the popular songs and the hidden gems as well.
Saw you guys at Fort Adams…awesome! My wife and I saw your group for the first time at Fort Adams last weekend. Loved the show and hope to see you again real soon.
We came all the way from Knoxville, TN. Think they were great, wish they would come down south! Saw the real Steely Dan last year, could hardly tell the difference. Can’t wait to see Hey Nineteen again.
You guys were GREAT!!!! I thoroughly enjoyed the show. Especially loved the girls harmonies.
Hey Nineteen – Loved this whole night!
Great show last night.
Had a blast at the Monkey! You nailed it! It was amazing to hear “letter-perfect” renditions of the classic Dan tunes.