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Post Furthur NYC show with Licorice

Licorice will be playing a post-Furthur show at the Sullivan Hall in New York City on February 23rd.  Their first set will start at 1AM and go into the night.   If you're looking for a fun post-Furthur show, here's your chance. Go check them out.

about Licorice:

On the heels of the release of their first studio EP, the critically acclaimed A Million Grains of Sand, Licorice's current momentum is exponential. They perform as a dynamic live force with David Lott (guitar, vocals), Matt Epstein (bass) and Josh Bloom (drums, vocals) at the core. The Brooklyn based rock outfit has displayed their musical chops on the world famous stages of The Blue Note, Knitting Factory, Brooklyn Academy of Music and other festivals and settings. They've shared the stage with legends and contemporaries, including: Larry Coryell, Roy Hargrove, Mike Dillon, and DJ Logic. Their songwriting, an amalgam of Americana, Blues, Jazz, and Rock, is the key vehicle to their original sound as a group, as they prove there are no musical boundaries. Together, they conquer complex originals, covers, jazz standards, and fusion 'episodes', on top of barn-burning rockers, anthems, and ballads - all with power, pocket and ease, with a cohesive and delicate touch. While they plan their next studio venture check them out live or online!

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Licorice in lovely Telluride, CO- for the Grateful Web

New York City based band Licorice will unveiled their first EP A Million Grains of Sand with a release party at NYC's Knitting Factory on Wednesday, April 23rd. The 7-song EP was recorded in 2007 at Bushwick Studio in Brooklyn, NY, with acclaimed engineer/ co-producer Joshua Kessler. The band performed two sets in what was their 2nd appearance on the Knitting Factory's Main Stage. The evening also featured performances by fellow Jambands.com "New Groove of the Month" Buzz Universe (2008 Jammy nominee), as well as The Courtesy Tier.

The roots-rock and jazz quartet Licorice is a true jam band juggernaut. Featuring Joshua Bloom on drums and vocals, Matthew Epstein on bass, David Lott on lead vocals and guitar, and Chad Dinzes on vocals and keyboards, the Licorice sound starts in rock, funk, and reggae but always ends up somewhere in between, regularly deployed to sold-out crowds at the Blue Note, Lion's Den, Knitting Factory, and The Bitter End. Jazz legends like Larry Coryell, Mike Dillon, Adam Deitch and Roy Hargrove have all shared the stage with the up and comers.