Lush vocal harmonies over dead dry acoustic music down to the 1920's church pump organ makes sosos shine platinum!
It's Acoustic Roots Rock Soul with a twist of Acid Jam..
So what makes sosos different? They keep audiences captive. No one gets lost. It's smart, simple music that grabs the average ear as well as the refined. You can put sosos in any room anywhere to play in front of anyone and they'll make them groove. It's not often you see a band drag out a 1920's church organ to gigs and jam on it.
It's music from the root
Chris Monteleone, Ben Manburg, David Klein, Jerry Weber and Mitch "BB" Herrick.
Instruments included on their latest recording iclude:
Acoustic Guitar, Djembe, Melodica, Harmonium /Pump Organ, Acoustic Bass, Kit Drums, Mandolin, Hammer Dulcimer, Dumbek, Piano, Harmonica, Skeleton keys, Shakers and a hand full of miscellaneous wierd instruments
If a comparison had to be made it would be a mixture of the following
sosos kinda sounds like Jack Johnson, Ben Harper, Damien Rice, Roger Waters, Tom Waits, John Lennon, Elliot Smith, Johnny Cash, Galactic, Widespread Panic, Alman Brothers, Grateful Dead, Jeffrey Gaines, Beatles, Pink Floyd, Nick Drake, Van Morrison and The Black Crowes but.. Mostly sosos
Their debut album "abigail" has just been released
Their second album is currently in the works