Folk and country rock from the Catskills
The Felice Brothers—Ian and James Felice, plus Will Lawrence and Jesske Hume—come from Palenville, New York, in the Catskill mountains. They spent time living in a small Brooklyn apartment and playing in New York City subway stations, and they've gone on perform at the Newport Folk Festival and to open for Old Crow Medicine Show and The Dave Matthews Band. Roots rock influences in the Catskills run deep from The Band and Bob Dylan, and The Felice Brothers have been influenced by both of those. They recorded the album "Favorite Waitress" for Dualtone in 2014 and then moved to Yep Roc for 2016's "Life in the Dark." They come to Michigan with a very rootsy and personal new album, "Undress." The young Boston songwriter Diana DeMuth opens.