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ALO With The Brothers Comatose

    THIS EVENT IS IN THE PAST!

  • WHEN Saturday, February 4, 2017 at 8 p.m.
  • WHERE Belly Up Tavern, 143 S Cedros Ave., Solana Beach, CA
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  • AGES 21+
  • COST $20 - $35

“Weʼve never fit into any quickly digestible category,” says ALOʼs keyboardist/singer Zach Gill. “Itʼs just a different kind of experience.”

With its delightfully vibrant blend of inventive musicality and genre-blurring reach, Sounds Like This sees ALO operating with fresh verve and vitality, their always- kaleidoscopic funk pop ʻn roll aglow with exceptionally ebullient songcraft and deliriously danceable grooves. The California-based bandʼs fourth Brushfire Records release showcases their unfettered passion, wit, and imagination while simultaneously exploring hitherto uncharted musical terrain. Invigorated by an unstructured approach to the studio process, ALO have accessed new avenues of resourcefulness, resulting in a truly distinctive collection of songs that adroitly captures all the glorious ingenuity and adventure of the bandʼs legendary live sets.

Long acclaimed for their deft musicianship, potent songwriting, and astonishing on-stage interaction, the members of ALO have played together for more than two decades, with the current permutation now in its 10th year and counting. The band followed the release of 2010’s Jack Johnson-produced Man Of The World by doing what they do best: playing live, with highlights including the Halloween-themed “Haunted Carnival of Traveling Freaks & Frights” tour and their annual Tour d’Amour benefitting public music school programs.

The Brothers Comatose
Their fans keep time with chopsticks, bounce around an inflated alligator, and shout the words to ‘The Scout’. The band shimmies to the stage floor in rhythm, brings out a friend to sing ‘White Rabbit’, and generally creates joyous mayhem. The Brothers Comatose, from San Francisco, are tearing up the West and moving out nationally in rapid style.

Ben and Alex Morrison, guitar and banjo, and lead vocalists, front this rocking string band that has become a West coast headliner and national touring act in a mere five years. With stellar accompanists Phil Brezina on fiddle, Ryan Avellone on mandolin and founding member Gio Benedetti on upright bass and harmony vocal, their high energy, audience engaging shows have caught fire with a quickly growing fan base.

See The Brothers Comatose, and you might go home singing ‘Pie For Breakfast’.

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