Little Hurricane returns to Moe's! Tone and CC bring their own brand of high-energy, dirty blues rock to the main stage.
Tickets purchased for the June 26th Tone Catalano solo show will be honored.
There's so much fire and spit spewing out of Little Hurricane songs that you're fairly sure that they've ticked off the devil and they're on the wrong list. This gritty 21st century blues-rock duo out of San Diego,California, formed when guitarist and vocalist Anthony "Tone" Catalano answered a Craigslist ad posted by drummer Celeste "CC"Spina. They shared a common interest in both the blues and vintage musical equipment and their ragged, passionate sound evolved almost instantly. After extensive touring in the U.S., Canada, and Europe, and 3 studio records, the band took some time off to give birth to their baby boy. In 2019 the pair returned to stage with"Love Luck" which was their third album to reach the Billboard Charts, and supported by a tour of Germany and the US. 2020 has brought the duo off the road and into their studio once again, where they are streaming live concerts and continuing to write and record.
Smith & Tegio
Opening the show is local duo Smith & Tegio for their brand of outlaw folk. The duo featuring vocalists and acoustic guitarists Austin Smith and Mark Tegio. While these two singer songwriters and long time friends are both San Diego natives, they have been living in the San Francisco Bay Area for the past several years now. Mostly passing those years sitting at a kitchen table littered with beer cans and a dirty ashtray either writing, learning, or playing songs together. It was at those tables that Smith & Tegio's amalgam of outlaw country and folk music was born. It’s the inevitable result of a bad case of wanderlust from a head full of Merle Haggard and Waylon Jennings, and a heart full of Townes Van Zandt and Blaze Foley that doesn't know whether to laugh or cry. Still, they do not fit neatly into either genre, but instead have created their own blend of the two: Outlaw folk. Smith & Tegio just released their self-titled debut album earlier this year. Throughout the album there are subtle nods to the duo's outlaw country and folk influences.