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Wednesday, 10 November 2010 18:57

Brothers Lazaroff 11/10/10 + Video

Brothers Lazaroff 11/10/10 Sara Finke
Written by Matt Champion

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  • Date Recorded: November 10, 2010
  • Artist / Band: Brothers Lazaroff
  • Hosting Show: Fishing With Dynamite
  • Sound: Dan Kinney
  • Video: Ed Kleinberg and Ben Sturdevandt

Brothers Lazaroff may not be in the middle of a family feud, but anyone caught in the wake of their brand of funk, soul and psychedelic rock infused Americana will be left feeling punch drunk.

Brothers Jeff and David Lazaroff formerly wrote all of their tunes via long distance collaboration, with Jeff calling St. Louis home and David living in Austin. David has recently relocated back to St. Louis, bringing the Brothers together in the Gateway City. Although often described as an Americana or folk band, their music includes and ignores these genres at the same time. Together with current band members Grover Stewart on drums, Mo Egeston on keyboards, and Teddy Brookins on bass, Brothers Lazaroff twist and turn their way through the back roads of Americana with brief stops at alt-country, folk, and rock along the way. Nods to bands as diverse as the Who, Dire Straits, and the Band can be heard throughout their journey. Brothers Lazaroff most recent album is 2010's Give ‘em What They Need.

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