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The Sometime Boys

Founded in 2010 by vocalist Sarah Mucho and guitarist Kurt Leege, The Sometime Boys have leapt to the forefront of the urban roots music scene in New York. They blend elements of bluegrass, country, blues, folk-rock, soul, gospel and zydeco into a unique, refreshing Americana sound. Led by MAC award winning vocalist Sarah Mucho, the music is an intricate canvas of acoustic and electric stringed instrument brushstrokes, propelled by a rousing, yet soulful rhythm section that won’t quit. Sarah’s voice, which has been described as a bold, ethereal vibrato, is backed by Kurt Leege (guitar), Pete O'Connell (bass), Jay Cowit (drums), Rebecca Weiner-Thompkins (violin) and Gypsy George (banjo/mandolin/piano).

They recorded their debut album, ‘Any Day Now’ in 2010 and released their second, ‘Ice and Blood’ in 2012, unfolding a even wider sound stage with powerful individual performances and sophisticated arrangements. In May 2014, The Sometime Boys release their third studio album, 'Riverbed', with 13 powerful originals full of life, joy, struggle and transcendence. [+]