Brooklyn-based, progressive roots band The Sometime Boys have become known for their elegant, meticulously crafted albums as well as their ferocious, riveting live shows. Founded by award winning vocalist Sarah Mucho and guitarist Kurt Leege, they blend elements of bluegrass, country, soul and rock into a unique, yet authentic sound. The music is an intricate canvas of stringed instrument brushstrokes propelled by compelling lyrics and a rousing, dynamic rhythm section. Sarah’s voice, described as a "bold, ethereal vibrato" is also backed by Pete O'Connell (bass) and Jay Cowit (drums).
In May 2014, they released their third studio album Riverbed, 13 powerful tracks full of life, joy, struggle and transcendence. Riverbed received acclaim as one of the best albums of the year in New York Music Daily and the first single from the album, The Great Escape, received their nod for song of the year. The Great Escape was also featured on Soundcheck's Gig Alerts on WNYC. Their entire repertoire consists of nearly 40 original songs and over 200 covers, ranging from traditional folk music to straight up rock and roll. Check out one of their upcoming performances and see for yourself, The Sometime Boys are the real deal.