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$23.00 – General Admission (Non-Members)
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Formed in Los Angeles in late 2016, The Marías are the psychedelic-soul lovechild of LA native, Josh Conway and Puerto Rican-bred, Atlanta-raised María. A smooth rendezvous of jazz percussion, hypnotic guitar riffs, smoke-velvet vocals and nostalgic horn solos, there’s something undeniably sensual in the group’s dreamlike fusion of jazz, psychedelia, funk and lounge.
With María on lead vocals and Josh on drums, the couple is joined by their closest friends and fellow musicians. On guitar, Jesse Perlman, born and bred of LA, with ‘tones that can melt steel,’ say his bandmates. On bass, Canadian born and Berklee trained Carter Lee. On keys, Edward James.
As they take to the stage, dressed like a dream from another era – it’s clear why fans cheekily compare their sound to ‘having sex in the 70s’ or like ‘pouring cream into coffee.’ Watching them, you feel transported, taken over by a sultry tranquility as you drift into a timeless space.
They recently released their first EP, titled ‘Superclean Vol. I,’ in the fall of 2017, and it’ll be followed by ‘Superclean Vol. II’ in early 2018.
Amo Amo formed in June 2017 when a group of dear friends — Omar Velasco, Love Femme, Justin Flint, Shane Mckillop and Alex Siegel — got together for an impromptu session in Los Angeles with Jim James (My Morning Jacket). There had been a premonition that the five of them shared a sort of psychic bond that would lead to a revelation in sound. James proved the right ferryman to take them across the creative river to where the revelatory, mystic moment awaited. Five months later, after a month-long recording retreat with Jim in an old house in central California’s countryside, Amo Amo emerged with a collection of songs full of soul and magic.
In the past year, the world has begun to fall under the spell of Amo Amo’s magical sound. Legendary mastering engineer Bob Ludwig says “I really love these songs, they are stand outs of the past year for me… Amo Amo has made a very special album.” Jenny Eliscu (Rolling Stone, Sirius XM) says “Rarely do I come across a new band with as strong a sense of self-identity as Amo Amo… their live show is ecstatic.”Both KCRW and KCSN, Los Angeles’ tastemaker radio stations, have played Amo Amo’s first two singles in heavy rotation, and they’ve racked up over 500,000 plays on Spotify in only a few months. And speaking of their live show, Amo Amo has been making waves — opening for the likes of Poolside, Jonathan Wilson, and Tropicalia legends Os Mutantes. You will not see a crowd stand still at an Amo Amo show: people dance, it can’t be helped.
Amo Amo is set to release their debut album, produced by Jim James, this spring and will support on his upcoming tour as well as opening up for My Morning Jacket at Red Rocks this August. They are not to be missed.