Harriet Wheeler

Harriet Wheeler has been out of the public eye for quite some time now, but that doesn’t mean she’s not missed. It’s been over 10 years since their last album (wow!) yet I get more emails and comments about Harriet Wheeler and the Sundays than anyone else. If you’re ever feeling reminiscent, youtube has a great collection of Sundays interviews and videos, including their video for Summertime!  While you’re here though, why not leave some comments about Harriet and the Sundays! 

Image Gallery

Below are just a few pictures of Harriet Wheeler from various videos and TV appearances. More are available at the Sirens of Song photostream on flickr.

Concert Review

9:30 Club (Washington, DC – 12/3/97)

December 3rd, 1997 will go down as one of the best days of my life. I finally saw the Sundays in concert and they were awesome! Harriet hit every note. They performed about 17 songs (this is from memory…I wasn’t able to get my hands on a set list) including the 3 encores. Here they are in no particular order. If anyone does have the set list from the D.C. show please inform me of my errors.

What Do You Think
When I’m Thinking About You
Here’s Where The Story Ends
Can’t Be Sure
Another Flavour
Hideous Towns
My Finest Hour
I Kicked A Boy

*clip from a Vancouver performance (3/15/93), not the D.C. show

The best part was that I met Harriet! After the show, I started walking to my car and noticed 3 or 4 people hanging around out front where the tour bus was so, I decided to stick around too. One of the tour members knew what was going on so he stressed to us several times that if we just stayed calm and didn’t act like maniacs they’d probably sign autographs and pose for photos.

To make a long story short, about an hour later it finally happened. They walked right out the front door and signed autographs and posed for pictures. (By this time there was a small crowd of about 20 people.) Both Harriet and David were very nice and down to earth. They were making conversation with everyone and were more than happy to sign everything and anything that was handed to them. They must have stood outside in the cold and drizzle for at least 30 minutes. I am quite happy to say I was able to get an autograph and even pose for a picture with them. Even after I got a pic with them I stuck around a while and took about 7 more pics. Of course it goes without saying I ran to the one hour photo shop the next day and got reprints in every size…5×7, 8×10, and 24×36. (Ok, I didn’t go for the poster size). All in all, it was a night I’ll never forget! More photos from the night are available at the Sirens of Song photostream on flickr.


This IS NOT a complete discography.  This only represents what I own.

Static And Silence (1997)

1. Summertime
2. Homeward
3. Folk Song
4. She
5. When I’m Thinking About You
6. I Can’t Wait
7. Cry
8. Another Flavour
9. Leave This City
10. Your Eyes
11. So Much
12. Monochrome Blind (1992)

1. I Feel
2. Goodbye
3. Life & Soul
4. More
5. On Earth
6. God Made Me
7. Love
8. What Do You Think?
9. 24 Hours
10. Blood On My Hands
11. Medicine
12. Wild Horses Reading Writing and Arithmetic (1990)

1. Skin & Bones
2. Here’s Where The Story Ends
3. Can’t Be Sure
4. I Won
5. Hideous Towns
6. You’re Not The Only One I Know
7. A Certain Someone
8. I Kicked A Boy
9. My Finest Hour
10. Joy Summertime CD-1 (1997)

1. Summertime
2. Nothing Sweet – Previously unreleased
3. Gone – Previously unreleased Summertime CD-2 (1997)

1. Summertime
2. Skin & Bones – Live
3. Here’s Where The Story Ends – Live Cry CD-1 (1997)

1. Cry
2. Can’t Be Sure – Demo
3. You’re Not The Only One I Know – Demo Cry CD-2 (1997)

1. Cry
2. Through The Dark – Previously unreleased
3. Life Goes On – Previously unreleased The Black Session (1993)

1. My Finest Hour – live
2. Here’s Where The Story Ends – live
3. Hideous Towns – live Can’t Be Sure (1990)

1. Can’t Be Sure
2. Don’t Tell Your Mother
3. I Kicked A Boy Goodbye (1992)

1. Goodbye
2. Wild Horses
3. Noise

417 comments to Harriet Wheeler

  • Michael Heisser, maybe it’s better to send you request directly to David Gavurin guitar player and co founder, his business address is OVEROCK LIMITED, 58-60 BERNERS STREET, LONDON, W1T 3JS (this is a mail forwarding service address!)
    Paul Brindley is the bass player and you might contact him through this site; http://www.musictank.co.uk/resources/speaker-biographies/paul-brindley-musically
    Good luck and good health!

  • Michael Heisser

    I was wondering if it is possible that I can get the Guitar line and the bass Line to the great Song Joy I have been having trouble figuring it out since my attle with cancer and The hearing damage it is difficult for me to figure out songs since my battle with cancer in 1995 I am asking if your band can send the chords and guitar part and the Bass part to me

  • scott

    Well you guys what can I say that’s not already been said,Harriett has the voice of an angel,I’ve been listening to the Sundays all the time and never ever get sick of the music.i didn’t get a chance to catch them live ???? looking forward to new material

    Love u guys

  • scott

    Well you guys what can I say that’s not already been said,Harriett has the voice of an angel,I’ve been listening to the Sundays all the time and never ever get sick of the music.i didn’t get a chance to catch them live ???? looking forward to new material

    Love u guys

  • chad

    Ive heard an angel sing once…and her name was Harriet Wheeler of The Sundays. Thanks David,Harriet,Paul, and Patrick for gracing this world with such heavenly music. I have a feeling that you cool cats are going to return very soon…

    “Could a heaven on earth be ours…here and now?”
    —On Earth


  • Pieter Snoek

    I woke up this morning with the song in my head, Harriet Wheeler singing “Here is where the story ends”. Clear voice standing out between nothing else at all. She was the only thing on my mind in my sleep.
    I didn’t hear the Sundays for many years now. But it sure made an impact if i recall the song and lyrics after so many years. She must be of the same age now as i am. So what has become of the Sundays… I know its almost her birthday. The same day as my son was born.
    Harriet have a happy birthday the 27e and i, am taking a nostalgic trip to the past.


  • I’m such a big FAN of “The Sundays” How I wish I could have had the honor of seeing the group and Harriet Wheeler in person. They’re music is timeless. I listen to it all the time. My children were raised listening to they’re music, and still recall me singing it to them. I still watch and listen in pure awe. The messages I receive from the lyrics are also magical. Gale

  • boogie one

    wonderful news! the sundays are the best!!

  • AfanofTheSundays

    New on YouTube, The Sundays – A Certain Someone – Liecester 1990.

  • andrew

    I actually had the pleasure of meeting Harriet a few years ago and she was lovely and friendly, she mentioned then that her and David still made music but mostly for their own enjoyment. Great to hear that some of this might be seeing the light of the day.

  • OMG!!!!!!!!!! BIG NEWS!!!!!!
    A week ago David and Harriet were interviewed by email look here;


    The most encouraging thing from the interview is that David says “first let’s see if the music we’re currently writing” THEY ARE WRITING AGAIN!!! If you like to send a postcard or write a letter to H&D, to show your appreciation and suggest to them to make music again, you can send it to this address:
    W1T 3JS
    This is a mail forwarding service address! OVEROCK is H&D’s business address.

  • I love your music everywhere every time I listen to it especially “skin and bone” a and my mom she introduced me to you so please please please tex me!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!???????????????????????????? Please

  • Von Shultze

    This blog is superb, as I know for a fact women are divine creatures!!!!!
    The Sundays reminds me of a horrendos time for me…lost lots of fortune one after another…ater 8 month, I was sleeping in my car…but the sound of The Sndays in my only posession paid off my 518i beemer in 1998… the sound was weird and magical…wonder who was she 10,000 years ago.

  • AfanofTheSundays

    Harriet’s splendiferousness will be forevermore.

  • nibbles

    Harriet Wheeler has a voice out of this world. The way she sings wild horses is just heavenly. She is pretty cute too.

  • Robbie

    Its like you read my mind! You appear to know a lot about this, like you wrote the book in it or
    something. I think that you could do with some
    pics to drive the message home a little bit, but other than that,
    this is magnificent blog. A great read. I’ll certainly be back.

    My blog :: check smartphone contracts – Robbie,

  • bri

    to all of us

    please attempt to understand that period as a musical gift from miss wheeler

    and ever listen as star dust swirls

    she really can ridw a wild horse


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