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Soledadeez


Album: Fattyboombaladee, due out soon

Members: Cory Linberg on guitar, percussion, and vocals; Mike McHue on guitar, bass, percussion, and vocals

Style: An acoustic groove sound that mixes reggae, jam, blues, folk, funk, country, and hip-hop.

Influences: Bob Marley, Grateful Dead, Allman Brothers, Bruce
Springstein, Bob Dylan

Prior Gigs: Zelo’s, De la Guerra Plaza, Legends Bar and Lounge

The best way to see Soledadeez is at a live show, where the audience can really get a feel for the music. However, their soon-to-be-released, self-recorded album is lyrically enjoyable and chock-full of positive messages. But the best reason to check them out would have to be the harmony and blending of their two guitars. “[The album] really presents the eclectic nature of our band,” said Linberg. Sure to be a favorite with any guitar lover, sneak a peak at the album on their Web site, soledadeez.com.


Next Gig: Tsunami on February 17 and SOhO on March 1

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