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Brooklynites look so much happier perched over Hollywood, an obvious warmth they can't quite remember upon their skin, and all those twinkling, LA city lights extending to the horizon...at least this time of the year. In the case of this exclusive performance from BK trio The Lone Bellow, well...they sound better too.

Originally from Georgia and Virginia, The Lone Bellow must have thought the city needed a spat of their rootsy, southern vibe to latch on to. They moved here, even recording their debut album over three days at NYC's very own songwriting sanctuary, Rockwood Music Hall.

The band recently teamed up with director Ryan Booth of SerialBox Presents, performing a stunning live take of "Tree To Grow", from their debut.

Artist Bio

The Lone Bellow are "Brooklyn Country Music heavily influenced by their roots south of the Mason-Dixon line, the trio grew up in Georgia and Virginia. Their soulful folk-rock debut album was released this month on Descendant Records, recorded over three days at Rockwood Music Hall in NYC and produced by Charlie Peacock (The Civil Wars) in Nashville. The band made their US television debut performing on Conan show 1/22 and recently attracted attention from NPR, New York Times, People Magazine, Entertainment Weekly and USA Today. They are dubbed "Brooklyn Country and being compared to Avett Brothers, Civil Wars and Lumineers. Watch the band tell their story on CBS News: http://cbsn.ws/Ybuqlm and a Tiny Desk Concert for NPR: http://n.pr/WEfAxn

The Lone Bellow recently played 15 shows at SXSW 13 including Entertainment Weekly, Daytrotter, Sony City and other showcases. Press from the festival garnered huge looks from CBS News, Rock Center with Brian Williams, NPR Music, Forbes and were featured on the cover of Deli Magazines Austin/SXSW 2013 issue and more.



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The Lone Bellow

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