A band grown from a community, Trouble in the Wind capture audiences with their inspired live shows that envelope the crowd. Named Artist of the Year by the 2018 San Diego Music Awards, the band is currently recording their forthcoming album for release in Spring of 2020 with Producer John Reis (Blind Shake, Hot Snakes, RFTC) & Ben Moore(Switchfoot, Hot Snakes, Mattson 2). The band has California and Oregon dates in November to close out the year continuing their support of the10th anniversary re-release of “All My Hopes on a Sailing Boat” and the new “All The Boys” which are follow up’s to the acclaimed full length “Hammer On” full length on In Your Neighborhood Music.
The bands blend of Alt-Folk-Americana and talented multi-instrumental arrangements driven by soaring vocals is a sound you will want to listen again and again and share with others. TITW looks forward to sharing their sound and performance with you and your community.
Just when you think American roots music should be relegated to the dusty confines of a purist’s museum it will surprise you with a paradigm shift. Take Marty O’Reilly & the Old Soul Orchestra — passing through tradition, the quartet stumbled upon innovation, proving that old souls can be creatively fresh. See this Santa Cruz based quartet at SOhO on Thursday, January 30!
DOORS: 7:30 PM // SHOW: 8:30 PM // AGES 21+
Tickets: $13 Advance, $17 Day of Show
DOORS: 8:00 PM // SHOW: 9:00 PM // AGES 21+
About The Band:
False Puppet was formed in Santa Barbara, California in 2009 when brothers Tyler and Brennan Benko teamed up with long-time friend, Channing Peake to start up what is now known as False Puppet. Fueled by a mutual affinity for hard rock, punk, and grunge bands of the 90s, the boys quickly discovered a shared passion for writing music and performing. After settling on a name and learning enough songs to play a full live set, False Puppet decided to actively pursue a career in music. During their early years, False Puppet performed at venues around their hometown of Santa Barbara, developing their sound and building up their repertoire of original material. In 2011, False Puppet self released their self-titled debut EP. Following their EP’s release, False Puppet continued to perform around California, eventually earning a spot on the 2012 Vans Warped Tour. In August of 2013, the band released their second EP, “Far Out”, which features seven original songs. With a style that they describe as “high-energy rock with elements of punk and pop”, False Puppet continues to make music and do what they love performing extensively throughout California. The band recently completed a week long tour in Texas, and are now working on their third EP and preparing for their twelve day slot on the 2015 Vans Warped Tour.