About Fulero Lehe
After several sky-opening musical moments within the star-studded Everyone Orchestra, NW keyboard legend Asher Fulero and Norcal guitar wizard Sean Lehe found themselves inspired to collaborate on their shared vision of a glorious rock band that could harness the intense power of their combined musical energy. After a few attempts with various rhythm sections (including members of ALO, New Monsoon, Cake, Izabella and others), the pair decided against an arbitrary band name, opting instead to call themselves simply Fulero Lehe. In March 2011 they enlisted first-call Bay Area bassist Mark ‘Murph’ Murphy and drummer Zack Bowden (Jackie Greene) to record their debut studio album, Cocoon . With an arena-sized sound that will blow you away, Fulero Lehe re-invents elements of classic favorites into a cohesive original whole that engages in the same way as Phish, Steely Dan, Wilco, Pink Floyd, Genesis, and the Grateful Dead, all with the energy of hungry young lions ready to roar their way to the top. Like a jamband Becker & Fagen, the duo hold their flights of freewheeling rock to the highest standards of quality. Groove you can count on, creative original songs, incredible exploratory improvisations, and epic roof-shattering guitar solo climaxes that will leave even the most jaded rock stalwarts with a smile and a clenched fist.
Phil Lesh will need more time to recover from back surgery leading The Capitol Theatre to postpone the upcoming Phil-O-Ween Halloween Run at the venue and tap Dark Star Orchestra to perform those same dates.
Khruangbin helped Wu-Tang Clan close out the 2019 Desert Daze festival in Lake Perris, California on Sunday.
The Avett Brothers added a handful of April 2020 tour dates.
Greensky Bluegrass confirmed their 2020 winter tour, which includes support from Ghost Light on select dates.
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The first round of pro-shot videos from the latest episode of ‘Live From Here’ includes Trey Anastasio teaming with the Jazz At Lincoln Center Orchestra With Wynton Marsalis for a take on Phish’s “Blaze On.”