Today The Felice Brothers announced ‘Celebration, Tourida‘: an eight and a half week long national US tour that launches September 21st in Pittsburgh, PA and runs through November 19th in South Burlington, VT. ‘Celebration, Tourida‘ includes the band’s first Los Angeles show following the May release of their fourth full-length album Celebration, Florida (Fat Possum), hitting The Troubadour on October 28th. The majority of the dates are headlining shows, save September 21st supporting The Dodos; September 22nd supporting Okkervil River in Chicago, IL; November 10th supporting Dr. Dog in New Orleans, LA; and November 18th supporting …
Lots of news and updates coming all at once about the band we know and love – The Felice Brothers. To keep it all neat and organized I set up a list of many links below for album reviews, live reviews, interviews and some other small mentions on the web. The band has been keeping busy and getting ready for long tours ahead. Check out the links below:
- Castroller.com Great audio interview
Just added a new page in the Listen section of the site for Free Streaming and Download links from a variety of shows the Felice Brothers have played over the years. A majority of the music comes to us from NPR.org but there are also a few other sources where you can listen to or download free tunes. Click here to visit the free music page.
One of the highest anticipated sets for the Felice Brothers 2011 tour, their show at the Newport Folk Festival, is now available for streaming or as a download. The band always brings it when …
The show that got everyone talking recently, where Ian “killed the guild” by destroying one of his guitars during the song River Jordan, is now available to us in photo, video, and review form. Many fans who attended the show were describing it as intense, confusing, and exciting all at the same time. Thanks to our friends Shannon and Ady at Two Sisters and a Show we can post all about the wild show from Rochester, NY. Below is the review with some photos and videos mixed in. To view the full photo gallery just click here.
The Felice …
Just got done adding a bunch of awesome photos from a few recent shows by The Felice Brothers. Two of the galleries were graciously donated to FrankiesGun.com from Rich Gastwirt (Stageshooter.com). The banner image for this post is just one example of his great work. Please check out his website and “Like” his facebook page. Click the links below to view the different photo galleries.
- 05/27/2011 – Brighton Music Hall at Allston, MA
- 05/28/2011 – Bomb Fest at Hartford, CT
- 10/03 – Hardly Strictly Bluegrass Festival in San Francisco, CA
Also, a handful of east coast dates have …
Here are two free downloads of Felice Brothers shows from their 2011 tour, made available by NYCTaper and WDST: Radio Woodstock. The first download is a high quality soundboard recording from the Felice Brothers first night at the Bell House in Brooklyn (read about that show here) and features guest appearances from Diamond Doves, Ian O’Neil (Deer Tick), and Conor Oberst. It’s a very good recording and is highly recommended. You can download the show in either MP3 or FLAC files by clicking here.
Next we have the free webcast concert that WDST: Radio Woodstock presented …
New shows, including international dates, have just been added to the tour dates page. The band is currently receiving a ton of positive buzz in the way of reviews, interviews, and other articles. Below is a list of reviews, some of live shows and others of the new album Celebration, Florida. You can check out metacritic.com and follow along with how the album is tracking with a variety of critics.
The Felice Brothers played two amazing shows at the Bell House in Brooklyn, NY last week and we’re happy to have multiple reviews, photos, and videos from the concerts. The band has been killing it lately at their live shows, with great reviews coming in from most of their recent tour dates. Scroll past the two Brooklyn reviews and videos to check out some reviews from some of their other recent shows.
The first review from the sold-out first night comes from Brian Nowakowski at Joonbug.com. Brian writes:
The lights dim, the anticipation stirs…the show is about to begin.