Posts tagged "the felice brothers"

EXCLUSIVE: Felice Brothers Rock Out

Upstate New York rockers the Felice Brothers are among the most compelling young bands leading the resurgence of Americana music, and they prove it each…
By: SPIN Staff / May 31, 2011

Meet the New Stars of Americana

Call it chillbilly, bootgaze, artisanal rock, outhouse, tin can alley, or hobohemian. But dismiss it at your own peril. The homegrown retro scene is here.
By: Amanda Petrusich / May 16, 2011

The Felice Brothers, ‘Celebration, Florida’ (Fat Possum)

Plenty of bands try to re-create Bob Dylan's mid-'60s apex, but Celebration, Florida sounds like it's conjuring Dylan's mid-'70s Rolling Thunder Revue period. These 11…
By: David Menconi / May 10, 2011

Exclusive Song: Felice Brothers’ Roughneck Sound

Do you love Bob Dylan and the Band? If so, you'll love roughneck up-and-comers the Felice Brothers, who will release their new album, Yonder I…
By: Larry Fitzmaurice / February 9, 2009

Concert Photo Gallery: Beck, Petty, Radiohead, Lupe Fiasco, and More!

ARTIST GALLERIES Beck Ben Harper Black Mountain Bon Iver Broken Social Scene Cafe Tacvba Cold War Kids Cool Kids Devendra Banhart Dredg The Felice Brother…
By: SPIN Staff / August 29, 2008

The Matches, Felice Brothers Treat Night Owls in SF

Searching for an exciting end to the opening day of Outside Lands, concertgoers wiped bay-fog off their shoulders as they cozied in between the blood-red…
By: Robin Bacior / August 25, 2008

The Matches, Felice Brothers to Play SPIN’s Outside Lands Afterparty

After art-rock juggernauts Radiohead close out their sure-to-be-memorable set Friday night at this weekend's Outside Lands festival at San Francisco's Golden Gate Park, the festivitie…
By: SPIN Staff / August 18, 2008

Festival Faves: Bonnaroo ’08

What do Nicole Atkins and Gogol Bordello have in common? Outside of being red-blooded and enjoying the music-making process, probably not much. At least until…
By: SPIN Staff / July 21, 2008

The Felice Brothers

What? Taking cues from their larger-than-life Americana predecessors, namely Bob Dylan and Woody Guthrie, the Felice Brothers specialize in boozy, rambling tales of backwoods nostalgia…
By: Dane Smith / June 12, 2008