From Good Homes’ Reunion Continues
From Good Homes has confirmed two additional reunion shows. The New Jersey-bred jamband will perform at Montclair, NJ’s The Wellmont Theatre on December 17 and 18. The seminal group reunited for the first time in a decade for two shows at the venue last December. The shows spurred on additional reunion gigs at Tuxedo, NY’s The Mighty High Festival and Atlantic City, NJ’s The Music Box at The Borgata Hotel, as well as a stealth appearance at New York’s Mercury Lounge.
“We’ve had such a great time gettin’ back together and playing last year, so it just felt right to return to the Wellmont and crank it up again,” bassist Brady Rymer said in statement. “We have been overwhelmed by the enthusiastic response, and it has been amazing to reconnect with fans and friends we hadn’t seen in a long time. We’re planning to ramp up the energy and spirit a little further and get the Wellmont shakin’ even harder this year!”
The group’s current lineup includes: Rymer, Todd Sheaffer (lead vocals, acoustic guitar, harmonica), Patrick Fitzsimmons (drums, vocals), Dan Myers (saxophones, melodica, vocals) and Jamie Coan (acoustic guitar, violin, mandolin, vocals). Please click here for an early site interview with the band.
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