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The Felice Brothers

The Felice Brothers - Holiday Cheer for FUV - 2014

by Kara Manning
The Felice Brothers (photo: Neil Swanson/WFUV)

The Felice Brothers are not only longtime favorites of WFUV, but the prolific New York folk rockers are good friends of Conor Oberst. They've toured with him and recorded their 2014 album, the rollicking Favorite Waitress, at Omaha's Arc Studios, co-owned by Conor and Mike Mogis. So it made perfect sense for The Felice Brothers to join Holiday Cheer for FUV with Conor Oberst and Friends.

Recap: Holiday Cheer For FUV 2014

by Kara Manning
Suzanne Vega, Natalie Merchant, Laura Marling and Conor Oberst (photo by Neil Swanson)

The warmth and exuberance that filled the Beacon Theatre for our sold-out 2014 benefit concert, Holiday Cheer for FUV, was an oasis of peace in unsettled times.

The Felice Brothers - FUV Live - 2014

by Carmel Holt

Through their gritty folk rock sound, The Felice Brothers have gained a steady and faithful following. They've released several albums and a half dozen mix tapes since their formation in 2006. The band recently released their fifth album, Favorite Waitress, and it is their most polished yet. It’s also their first album to be recorded and edited in an actual studio, as opposed to their previous work which they supposedly recorded in a converted chicken coop. The Felice Brothers recently stopped by Studio A to play some new songs, and James Felice also sat down with me to talk about the new record. We’ll hear that conversation and performance during this episode of FUV Live.

The Felice Brothers - Words and Music - 2009

by Vin Scelsa
One song is a high energy barroom romp and the next will have you crying into your whiskey. That's the sound of The Felice Brothers, and the Catskills family band is back with a new album called 'Yonder Is The Clock.' Listen in as 'FUV's Vin Scelsa catches up with the guys during a return performance in Studio-A.