When it comes to fights with between my brother and I, it usually involves something based on, well anything but musical arrangements, verses, or melodies. However, NY based band The Pine Hollows includes twins Gianni and Mariela Napolitano who debate on just that. The sibling duo, along with Ray Belli and Will Sawlen, are driven by sophisticated, energetic guitar riffs with steady drumlins and bass walks as a reliable engine.
“Every era of music is made iconic by certain elements” said Gianni Napolitano. By combining their own personalities with what we perceive as traditional, the Pine Hollows are a fun and memorable rock band. The flashback vocals are put in a present-day context by melodies that you’ll find yourself singing along to before you even know the lyrics. “Combining the personalities of many music decades and updating them with today’s music is the core of their musical identity. They have also been individually featured on VH1’sdocumentary “Woodstock: Now & Then.
This Friday, March 9th, the Pine Hollows will be playing a free show at Rockwood Music Hall in New York City. In a sea of lively bars and restaurants, this classic concert hall is the perfect night cap in the city that never sleeps.
WHEN: Friday, March 9th at 12:30am
Rockwood Music Hall
196 Allen Street (b/w Houston and Stanton)
New York, NY 10002
TICKETS: Admission is free, but must be 21 and over with ID required
For more information, log onto www.thepinehollows.com or contact firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com