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The Felice Brothers

Hailing from the Catskill Mountains of Upstate New York, the Felice Brothers blend folk, Americana, and revivalist roots rock into a uniquely earthy sound. Brothers Ian, Simone, and James Felice grew up in the Hudson River Valley, several miles away from the musical hamlet of Woodstock. Such icons as Bob Dylan and the Band once found inspiration in the region, and the Felice youngsters were driven by a similar muse, gathering every Sunday afternoon for jam sessions and cookouts at their father's house. As their skills improved, the brothers opted to leave the Catskills and relocate to New York City.

With James playing accordion, Simone playing drums, Ian handling guitar/vocal duties, and a former dice-playing friend named Christmas Clapton on bass, the quartet held informal performances in subway stations while hawking its debut album, 2006's Through These Reigns and Gone. Recorded in a chicken coop by the bandmates themselves, the album was rough and imperfect, as was the follow-up effort, Tonight at the Arizona. Such a distinct, ramshackle sound found a quick audience, however, particularly after the band toured alongside Bright Eyes and participated in one of Levon Helm's Midnight Ramble performances in late 2007. The new year brought similar luck, as the Felice Brothers inked a deal with Team Love Records and released a self-titled LP in early 2008.

Several rounds of touring followed, including festival stops at Bonnaroo, All Points West, Mountain Jam, and the Newport Folk Festival (where an afternoon rainstorm cut power to the stage, resulting in an impromptu acoustic performance in the mud). The Felice Brothers then returned to the studio, emerging in 2009 with Yonder Is the Clock. More touring followed, including stints with Old Crow Medicine Show, Justin Townes Earle, and the Dave Matthews Band, culminating in the release of a new long-player, Celebration, Florida in 2011. Simone Felice subsequently dropped out of the group to pursue a solo career and work with his side project the Duke & the King, but in 2014 the new lineup of the Felice Brothers -- Ian on vocals and guitar; James on accordion, keyboards, and vocals; Greg Farley on fiddle and vocals; Josh Rawson on bass and vocals; and David Estabrook on drums -- released the album Favorite Waitress and set out on a major tour in support. ~ Andrew Leahey, Rovi
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mdkhouston
Love the accordion.

Cannot say I like too many more songs than Frankie's Gun and Whiskey in My Whiskey. All others don't come close to as good
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terrykjones
Saw them last night in Providence with Low Anthem and others at the Revival of the Columbus Theater. A GREAT night of Music and the Felice Brothers capped the show and got everybody dancing and Happy as e left.
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First heard of them opening for The Killers - very cool, I'll be following!
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jackciordia
Just saw them in Tampa at the Gasparilla Music Festival and they are excellent!
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Come to CO!!!
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amullen22
They were great in Seattle.. Not DC!
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jamarsu
Their shows are awesome. Everybody leaves happy. Not many bands can do that to people.
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Love these guys. I've seen them 4 times over the past 5 or so years. Every show was completely different than the last. This bands got nothing but soul
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Saw them Sat night at SLU with Gil Landry. Fantastic show!
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saw them last night...grea t show!
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love love love these boys :0)
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eif71
just saw them in North Adams - great show
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love there sound, first time i heard them it was the song greatest show on earth and i thought it was a dylan song ive never heard
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The Brothers are playing Milwaukee October 14th. Can't wait. Beers are on me.
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ever since ive been listening to kexp radio out of seattle ive been turned onto lots of new artists. its very fertile out there
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twixon82
I'll be seeing them tonight at the Grey Eagle in Asheville. Can't wait!
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Saw these guys in Santa Fe, NM and their live show was amazing!!!
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tmac4138
A must see show.
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aeg383
THESE GUYS RULE! Their live show is amazing.
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I saw them open for Conor Oberst and the MVB in Dallas, favorite live show ever. I had never heard of them before and they're one of my favorite bands now.
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twixon82
I love the Felice Brothers, I've seen them in NY and Atl and they have never disappointed . Something about them just makes me smile everytime :)
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charlesspock
I have seen them several times and their live show is just awesome.
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I saw them at the Philadelphia Folk Festival in August 2009. I hadn't heard of them before (sorry guys). They put on an incredible show — great music, great onstage show. They're very gritty, very blue-collar, which is just like I like it. I've been following them from time to time online & their album is on my next-purchas e list.
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tmac4138
I have seen them live two times and cannot wait to see them again. ther stage performance makes it. If you get the chance check them out.
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Man, these guys are great.
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These guys are awesome. Saw them open for Conor Oberst and they killed it. Pick up the vinyl of these guys, totally worth it.
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Another similar band that pandora should look at adding is The Builders and the Butchers.
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I agree w/ both comments below. Such a great live band ...& Pandora should add more songs!
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Such a great live band! You've got to check them out!
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Incredible band. I only wish pandora would add more of their albums and songs to the repertoire of music they have here.

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