The Children's Hour United States
The Children's Hour is a folk-rock duo comprised of Josephine Foster and Andy Bar. The two have been honing a refined, passionate indie rock style since mid-2002 when a mutual friend introduced Foster, an opera school dropout from Colorado, to Bar, an Art Institute of Chicago graduate from Cleveland. They played with the indie rock trio Golden Egg for a short time, but opted to do things their way. They took their name, the Children's Hour, from a Henry Wadsworth Longfellow poem and played clubs in and around the suburbs of Chicago that summer.