Kelly Dearmorewent and got all highfalutin in his praise of the Felice Brothers
in this week's paper while previewing the New York-based roots rock outfits upcoming show at The Loft tomorrow night:
At once vaudevillian and also contemporarily raw, New York's Felice Brothers have been perhaps the key cog in the recent surge of indie roots rock. Continue reading...
Hey, he's got a point: Indie roots rock is everywhere these days, and it's safe to say that the band sure was ahead of the curve of the incessant wave of Mumford & Sons types that are being shoved down our throats these days. And, with a new album, called Mix Tape, to promote, it's probably safe to say that the band's reaping the benefits of this trend.
Anyway, tomorrow night, the Felice Brothers stop by to promote that new disc -- and thanks to the fine folks at The Loft, we've got five pairs of tickets to hand out to this sucker. Want in on the free ticket fun? Hit the jump and learn how to win yourself a pair.
Want the tickets? OK: Just be among the first five people to email me, starting right now, with the words "Felice Navidad" in the subject line, and you're in. Good luck!
Update: Contest is over. Congrats to our winners!
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