The Felice Brothers are timeless. You may find them among the old tin sorrows of the dust bowl, behind the bolted door of a speakeasy, or taking center stage in their own tall tale. They are the sons of a carpenter and the Catskill mountains, good time buddies, buskers, dreamers, and drifters; giving voice to the ghosts of America’s past.
The Felice Brothers began their career in the subways stations of New York. They have since taken stages from the street to the coliseum; belting their somber stories out in all of their ramshackled glory. Inhabiting these stories are bootleggers, welterweights, crooked reverends, tragic beauties, and other such characters painted so vividly you’ll swear they must live and breathe. Writing from the heart of America’s dark side, The Felice Brothers have strummed life into some of the finest modern folk tales. A musical celebration societies underbelly and the hopeful souls who live there.
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