52 Church street
MA, 02138

Tallahassee (Record Release) – Tickets – The Sinclair – Cambridge, MA – May 3rd, 2013

Tallahassee (Record Release)

Tallahassee (Record Release)

Hallelujah the Hills, Coyote Kolb, Larcenist

Fri, May 3, 2013

8:00 pm


Tickets Available at the Door

This event is 18 and over

The Sinclair is general admission standing room only.
Tickets available at TICKETMASTER.COM, or by phone at 800-745-3000. No service charge on tickets purchased in person at The Sinclair Box office Tuesdays-Saturdays 12-7PM, or at the Royale box office Fridays from 12-6PM.

The New England-based roots rock band, Tallahassee takes it’s name from a Native American word meaning, “old town.” Tallahassee strives to pioneer uncharted sonic territory, harnessing diverse influences ranging from indie to classic rock, folk and blues all filtered through bandmembers' diverse backgrounds in professional football, fine art and classical music.

Tallahassee's latest effort, Old Ways (May 2013), draws inspiration from the band's dynamic and energetic live shows. Over a year-and-a-half in the making, Old Ways showcases a broader sonic palette as well as the most adventurous songs the band has ever written.

Jealous Hands, Tallahassee’s 2011 debut album, garnered attention from taste-making blogs (Urban Outfitters, My Old Kentucky Blog, Daytrotter, The Deli) as well as NPR and college radio alike, appearing on the CMJ Top-200 chart for five weeks
Hallelujah the Hills
Hallelujah the Hills
Hallelujah the Hills is an American indie rock band from Boston, Massachusetts. They have been hailed by the Boston Phoenix as "one of Boston's most prized pop possessions", received a 3 1/2 star review for their debut in Rolling Stone Magazine, and have been praised by Pitchfork Media as having a "knack for crafting fist-pumping anthems from absurdist word clusters." The band has toured with Silver Jews and Titus Andronicus, playing jaw-dropping sets all over the land.
Coyote Kolb
Coyote Kolb
Coyote Kolb is a roots rock band formed in 2008 by songwriter Chadley Kolb and drummer Matt Maybruck, in Boston, Massachusetts.

They went on to independently record and release their first album - 'Massachusett', in 2010.
From there, CK began performing all over the northeast United States, and also a few short tours outside the region.

CK released their 2nd independent album, 'United State' to national acclaim in 2012.

They are 2011, 2012, and now 2013 BMA Americana Artist of the Year nominees.

They've landed music licensing deals with Jack Daniels, and MTV, among others.

The current line-up features Owen Beane on bass guitar and vocals, Sonny Jim Clifford on harmonica and slide guitar, Matty Maybruck on the drums, and Chadley Kolb on guitar and voice.

They've performed in all manner of venues over the last few years, including multiple performances at annual festivals like The New England Americana Festival, South by South West in Austin, TX., and CMJ in NYC

CK continues to be active around the northeast and is currently writing music for the next album.


Noel Coakley
Orion Wainer
James Bookert
Skye Handler
Larcenist, of Boston, MA, creates compositions that run the gamut from dark and soulful ballads, to folk-country influence, to large scale sing along post-punk, all while carrying a traditional punk sensibility. All of the founding members, transplants of various areas in Upstate New York, bring their small town influence and stories into their newer city surroundings. Their "country boy" influence allows them to tell intricate tales about the death of mill-towns, the downtrodden blue-collar work community, and bring an appreciation for rustic simplicity. The broken spaces between distorted guitar and driving drums fill with classical violin melodies offered by their newest member. If the beautiful and complex instrumental lines don't tug at your heartstrings, then the images and story lines that they put together will.
Venue Information:
The Sinclair
52 Church St
Cambridge, MA, 02138

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