About Black Coffee
Lead by vocalist Caitlin Cuneo, Black Coffee is a rhythm and blues band from Pennsylvania whose style unearths a reminiscent vibe reviving the sound and passion of traditional blues, funk, & soul music. Her backing rhythm section includes Ryan Alford on guitar, Vincent Cuneo on guitar and vocal harmonies, Paco Mahone on bass, and Jim DeVoss laying down the beats.
The band creates an energized show, spanning from slow blues/jazz numbers to all-out funk grooves. The rhythm section supports Miss Cuneo with their subtle hooks, pulsating rhythms and tasteful solos – and the band’s passion for performing live is evident from their dynamic performances. The group is said to be “channeling the revival of soul”.
In 2011, the band played over 80 shows all over the Northeast, spanning clubs to the regional festival scene. In 2012, the band plans to create their first album while traveling the country.
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