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Less than 24 hours away from our first show at renowned Santa Cruz venue Moe’s Alley. Doors open at 8, My Stupid Brother opens the show. Later this week we’re headed to Club Fox in Redwood City to play a show with our friend Mike Annuzzi.
Wrapped up rehearsals today, take a look.
Listen and download “Love on My Side” from the brand new unreleased album “The Coffis Brothers & The Mountain Men.”
Here’s a first look at the cover art and track listing for “The Coffis Brothers & The Mountain Men.” Stay tuned as we will be releasing a single later this week. Head over to our facebook page to vote on which song it should be!
The Coffis Brothers are coming to a venue near you! Check out these dates and the banner at the top of this page for ticket links and additional information. If you make it out to one of these be sure to say hi! See you this summer!
|Jamie and Kellen at the “Sty”|
Tune into KPIG (107.5 Santa Cruz, 94.9 SLO,) on Sunday morning May 22nd, between 9 and 12 to hear The Coffis Brothers live on “Please Stand By” hosted by John Sandidge. Check out the music player to listen and download songs from the last few times we were on the show.
We are very pleased to announce we will be opening for Pegi Young on Saturday May 7 at Don Quixote’s in Felton CA. Jamie and Kellen will go on as a duo in support of Pegi and her band The Survivors. Tickets for this special night can be found here
|photo by Autumn de Wilde|
We’re happy to announce a few shows coming up this summer. We will be making our debut at Moe’s Alley on Sunday May 22nd (opener TBA). A few days later we will be traveling up the peninsula to newly renovated Club Fox in Redwood City on May 26th. We will be sharing the stage with our pal, and hometown boy Mike Annuzzi on what should be a special night. We are also very excited to be playing at the Redwood Mountain Faire in Felton CA. on Saturday June 4th. Be sure to checkout the lineup, (see below) Lacy J. Dalton, Moonalice, The Velveteens, Sambada, as well as a number of other cool acts will be there.
Photo by Sean Sturman