We are thrilled to be promoting the Brooklyn-based Americana band, THE SOMETIME BOYS. They are truly special and CreagerCole Commuications is doing our very best to share their phenomenal talent with the world.
THE SOMETIME BOYS are gearing up to release their third studio album, ‘Riverbed’ on May 19, 2014. To commemorate the occasion, the group is hosting a launch party at The Slipper Room in Manhattan where you’ll hear a live performance and get a taste of their unique blend of bluegrass, country, folk, soul, R&B, and zydeco. Click here for more information.
Expanding on the refreshing Americana sound established
on their first two albums, ‘Any Day Now’ and ‘Ice and Blood’, ‘Riverbed’ continues to draw from diverse roots, hat tipping everyone from Zeppelin to Doc Watson to Alison Krauss in its sensibilities and songwriting. Of particular note are the heart-melting title track, ‘Riverbed’; an epic power ballad entitled ‘The Great Escape’; the high-energy, psychedelic bluegrass ‘Why Can’t We Just Be Enemies’; and ‘Buskin’, which celebrates the life of the always struggling, yet joyful musician. The album is jam packed with gems that will make you want to simultaneously laugh, cry, dance and sing. Led by award winning vocalist Sarah Mucho, The Sometime Boys’ music is an intricate canvas of acoustic and electric stringed instrument brushstrokes, propelled by a rousing, yet soulful rhythm section that won’t quit. Sarah’s voice, which has been described as a “bold, ethereal vibrato” is backed by Kurt Leege (guitar), Pete O’Connell (bass), Jay Cowit (drums), Rebecca Weiner Tompkins (violin) and Gypsy George (banjo/mandolin/piano).
Who/What: Urban Roots Band, The Sometime Boys Launch Third Studio Album ‘Riverbed’
When: Monday, May 19, 7 PM – 11 PM
7-8 PM Honky Tonk Happy Hour w/ Erik James
8-9:30 PM The Sometime Boys live (w/ special guests)
9:30-11 PM DJ Panos Mitos
Where: The Slipper Room, 167 Orchard Street, Manhattan
Press Contact: Cindi Creager, CreagerCole Communications,
(646) 279-4559, email@example.com