October 21, 2006
Simone, Ian and James Felice are the oldest boys of seven children born along the Hudson River of Olde New York. Unschooled illegal street and subway musicians from the start, their distinct brand of songwriting and the lawless sound they’ve forged together has earned them comparisons to Woodie Guthrie, Neil Young, Walt Whitman, Bob Dylan and James Brown, and for some ungodly reason their songs can now be heard on a growing list of radio dials nationwide.
“The best new music I’ve heard all year.” –Jimmy Buff/Radio Woodstock
“I love those boys.” –Grace Potter and the Nocturnals
“It’s Dustbowl, Guthrie, James Brown….these guys are going to the moon.” –Gerald Celente/Trends Journal
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