Located in Orange County, California, the Safe Doves started as the musical outgrowth of root base rock and roll singer/songwriter George Hartline. After coming back from a tour of Iraq using the Sea Corps Reserves, the Alabama indigenous relocated towards the Western Coastline in the middle-2000s to pursue his musical dreams. Over time of gigging around like a single act, he come up with the Harmless Doves as his support band and started to create a sizable local audience along with his amiable mixture of blues, rock and roll, and folk in a method reminiscent of works like Keeping track of Crows and Dave Matthews Music group. Carrying out a 2007 live recording, they produced their studio room debut in past due 2011 using the launch of Right down to the River, a seven-song record billed to George Hartline & the Harmless Doves. As their recognition increased, Hartline ultimately lowered his name through the marquee as well as the recording was reissued in 2013 with a supplementary monitor and attributed only to the Harmless Doves. Coming back in 2016 having a retooled lineup, they shipped the Temporary Repair EP, which extended on the hard-driving, rootsy audio with horns, strings, and a solid vocal presence.