The Coffis Brothers
"It's all-American music," says The Coffis Brothers’ co-frontman, Kellen Coffis, about the band's recent album, Turn My Radio Up. "There's rock, blues, acoustic folk, and country in there. As music fans, we go all the way back to the beginning — to pioneers like Buddy Holly and the Everly Brothers — but we also look to artists like the Eagles and Tom Petty for influence.
Today, California-based, Americana sibling duo The Coffis Brothers release their fifth studio album, Turn My Radio Up, on Blue Rose. Produced by The Mother Hips' Tim Bluhm and recorded at his home studio in Marin County and at 25th Street Recording in Oakland CA, Turn My Radio Up is an album for car stereos, hazy afternoons, and long highways.
This is a straight ahead Rock & Roll song. There's a little bit of that sense of angst and that sort of "I don't need" attitude which is always a fun lyrical message to deliver in a song. We've been playing this song for about two years in our set and it's become a favorite of our fans. I think our friends and fans will be really excited to finally have a recording of it."