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Brooklyn's own BROTHERS NYC bring back the kind of soulful, scuzzy,harmony-soaked rock 'n roll and country that made the '60s and '70s sodamn sexy. Stompin', clappin', hootin', hollerin', boozin', lootin', soul-savin', whiskey-guzzlin', easy-ridin' rock 'n roll.
BROTHERS NYC is not and does not claim to be a motorcycle club. They celebrate the shared love and respect for freedom, the open road, loud music, brotherhood and family.
BROTHERS NYC: Billy Sorrentino (songwriter, vocals, guitar), Dylan Boelte (vocals, bass), Damon Boelte (lead guitar), Blaine O'Brien (vocals, bluesharp, pedalsteel), Mike O'Rourke (drums, percussion), Drew Blood (piano, vocals)
catl is a dirty, stripped down, juke-joint blues band that likes to drink, fight, and grind. get ready.
ningun lado' laces the whiskey-soaked swagger of the deep south with some balls-to-the-wall bite." -- EYE WEEKLY, Jan 22-29 09 
PJ Bond

Having trodden the boards in a handful of bands (Outsmarting Simon, The Color Fred, Communipaw), New Jersey-based PJ Bond now steps up to the microphone solo, with his heart stitched firmly to his sleeve.  Echoing the sensitivity and twinkling notions of Elliott Smith, along with the softness and charming strummings of Rocky Votolato, not to mention the upbeat alt-country nuances of My Morning Jacket, Bond’s delivery is a little captivating.  Frightfully endearing, he combines compelling storytelling sensibilities, with sobering reflections, underpinned by lush melodies and more than a hint of melancholy. — RockSound 8/10

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