The Felice Brothers: Undress

The occasional horns, a fuller production, and a more structured overall approach makes this their most focused album yet.

Simone Felice: Strangers

Simone Felice Strangers (Dualtone) 3.5 out of 5 stars Stream the album Multi-instrumentalist, novelist, poet, spoken word performer, near-death survivor, touring drummer with the Avett Brothers (among others) and founder of New York City’s Felice Brothers along with The Duke … Continued

The Felice Brothers Ready Favorite Waitress

It’s been three years since the last studio album from The Felice Brothers. “We just wanted to make sure that no one would ever mistake us for a folk band ever again,” jokes James Felice when discussing Celebration, Florida, the … Continued

Simone Felice

Simone Felice first turned heads in the band The Felice Brothers, who emerged from New York’s Catskill mountain region in 2006 to help kick start the current roots rock revival. In 2009, he struck out on his own, forming the … Continued

The Muse: Simone Felice, “New York Times” (Live)

Simone Felice, “New York Times” Simone Felice turns in a sparse, aching performance of this ballad, originally recorded with strings, piano, percussion, handclaps and backup vocals. On this live cut, though, Felice strips “New York Times” down to two basic … Continued

The Felice Brothers, “Cus’s Catskill Gym”

On “Cus’s Catskill Gym” from 2011’s Celebration, Florida, folk-rockers The Felice Brothers log their entry in a long line of boxing songs, like Bruce Springsteen’s “The Hitter,” Bob Dylan’s “Who Killed Davey Moore” and “Hurricane,” and Simon and Garfunkel’s “The … Continued

The Felice Brothers: Fire On The Mountain

“Fuck the House of Blues, fuck my whole career!” spits The Felice Brothers’ Ian Felice on “River Jordan,” the last song on the Catskill, New York crew’s eccentric new album, Celebration, Florida. It isn’t easy for a roots rock band … Continued