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by Todo Bien

Roots Rock
Genre: Rock: Roots Rock
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Since forming in Hampton, NH in 2009, Todo Bien has been grooving almost constantly, and with the release of their new album, it’s pretty clear that they won’t be stopping anytime soon.

This roots-rock outfit, has the kind of heart-felt, upbeat songs that fans have come to expect from members Skip Brunette (lead vocals, rhythm guitar), John Coretto (upright bass), Johann Robledo (lead guitar, background vocals), Aaron "AP" Pearsall (drums,background vocals), Renee Dupuis (keys and vocals). Lush with harmonies, their sways between strong messages and light vibes with the ease of a rolling tide.

As they’ve toured throughout the northeast and beyond, Todo Bien has been honored to support such national acts as 311, Slightly Stoopid, Donavon Frankenreiter, Badfish, Assembly of Dust, The Dirty Heads, and Rome. They’ve also enjoyed multiple features on Boston 92.5 The River’s Homegrown Showcase and are in rotation on many northeast college radio stations.

It would seem that all really is good for Todo Bien, as they look forward to doing what they love and sharing their new music with the world. After all, “this music is as much for the listener as it is for the band. It's engaging, and hence, you're supposed to engage. Bob your head, clap along, and feel free to smile" (Chris Hislop, Seacaost Spotlight Magazine).



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