Tulula with Setting Sun| Colony

When

Sun, Jan 15, 2023    
8:00 pm

Where

Colony Woodstock NY
22 Rock City Rd, Woodstock, New York

Event Type

“Gritty, visceral street poetry cut with surreal mysticism, hints of spy rock and Balkan menace – makes you feel like you have lost not just your way home, but your home itself.” – Hudson Valley 1
“The soundtrack to a technicolor dream with moments of nightmare. Dramatic, atmospheric, spellbinding.” – Pop Dose.
“Very interesting…” – Chronogram.
TULULA! has been stomping around Rip Van Winkle’s dreamland since the mid-oughts. The Acid-Cowboy quintet of Jason Broome, Daniel Weintraub, Rob Norris, Chris Bradley and Megan Gugliotta come off like a mosh pit at a gypsy carnival followed by a seance with the 27 club. Between them, these five veterans of the underground have toured the world, recorded over thirty-five albums and eaten like princes with paupers. Tulula! is sure to whisk you one dance away from the funny farm.
Jason Broome: Vocals, Guitars, Piano
Daniel Weintraub: Vocals, Guitars, Piano
Rob Norris: Bass Guitar, Vocals
Chris Bradley: Drums, Vocals, Glockenspiel
Megan Gugliotta: Strings, Vocals
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SETTING SUN
Driving rhythms, graceful orchestrations, and catchy melodies are at the center of the sound of Setting Sun. The songwriting, arrangements and lyrics were called “dramatic and poignant” by NPR.[1] The sound is centered on the song, with poppy hooks and choruses, while mixing synth experimentalism in with its folky, string-band sound. It is tough to characterize the sound of the band as it’s kind of a crossover between indie-rock, folk and chamber pop music.
After many years doing other music, standup comedy and making children, Gary Levitt and Setting Sun are back with a new record soon to be released, a new set, and a new band complete with 3 part harmonies and lots of new songs.
Gary Levitt – Guitars / Vocals
John Burdick – Bass / Vocals
Lawrence Roper – Synth / Vocals
Jonathan Hambright – Drums
“Incredibly well-crafted songs – USA Today
“Unobtrusively, the band mixes synth experimentalism in with its folky, string-band sound to great effect.” – NPR
“Dramatic and poignant!” – NPR