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The Felice Brothers Play Webster Hall Tomorrow Night

September 28th, 2011


The Felice Brothers, originally from the Catskill Mountains region upstate, first got started by playing their dad’s barbecues. Eventually they made their way to Brooklyn and began busking in various New York City subway stations. Since then, their roots-rock sound has taken them to Mountain Jam and even Levon Helm’s barn for one of his Midnight Rambles. But as the group has grown in size and stature, there’s been no shortage of recorded music. In fact, their eighth album, Celebration, Florida, came out earlier this year. And it finds the Felice Brothers (above, playing “Frankie’s Gun” at this year’s SXSW) traveling along some new musical terrain (think: less Basement Tapes and more hip-hop). And you can see them play Webster Hall tomorrow night with Nicole Atkins & the Black Sea and Diamond Doves.