The Felice Brothers—led by brothers Ian (vocals, guitar), James (accordion, organ and vocals) and Simone (drums, guitar and vocals)—originally from the Catskills in upstate New York, 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, Bonnaroo even Levon Helm’s barn for one of his now-legendary Midnight Rambles. But as the group has grown in size and stature (although Simone has departed to front his own band), there’s been no shortage of recorded music. On their previous studio release, Celebration, Florida (stream it below), the group successfully mined new musical terrain, employing electronic and synth sounds (think: less Basement Tapes and more hip-hop). But the Felice Brothers (above, doing “Meadow of a Dream”) return to their earthy roots with the recently released Favorite Waitress (stream it below), out last month. American Songwriter declares, “This is challenging Americana that never takes its audience, or its influences, for granted.” And Consequence of Sound calls the album “a return to their bare-bones roots music,” while adding, “the Felice Brothers have elevated their songwriting without losing their rambunctious charm.” Of course, these guys are most well known for their rollicking live performances, and they just so happen to play Webster Hall tomorrow night. Gifted singer-songwriter Robert Ellis opens the show.