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      “What’s His Name” single
      May 29, 2020
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  • Formed in early 2019, Thee Sinseers play a blend of 1960s soul and R&B cultivated in their hometown of East Los Angeles. Their sound echoes that of groups like James Brown, Ritchie Valens, Brenton Wood and Otis Redding.

    At a time when R&B and soul revival bands are slowly popping up everywhere, the authenticity given to the audience at a Sinseers show is palpable. That is credited to the members and their love for soul/R&B music. Fronted by multi-instrumentalist/producer Joey Quinones, Thee Sinseers demonstrate an exciting exuberant show that makes your heart break one minute with their touching ballads and make your feet move the next. Vocalists Adriana Flores and Bryan Ponce trade off with Joseph to sing lead on songs showcasing the talent of each member. These love songs that seem as if they’d be coming out of a radio in 1960 will be sure to make you fall in love. A hard hitting rhythm section led by Luis Carpio, Chris Manjarrez, Aaron Perez and Francisco Flores make your seats vibrate and keep you grooving. Beautiful horn lines led by Ben Caiazza, Eric Johnson and Steve Surman. Thee Sinseers will give you a show to remember, they incorporate crowd participation and make sure they keep you coming back.

    Thee Sinseers’ new single “What’s His Name” is out today on digital and streaming platforms via Colemine Records. Click here to order.

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    MORE INFO ON THEE SINSEERS:
    instagram.com/theesinseers/?hl=en

    MORE INFO ON COLEMINE RECORDS:
    coleminerecords.com

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  • Here’s what people have been saying about Thee Sinseers

    • “Thee Sinseers’ is a Chicano soul band from East L.A, It’s led by a very creative young musician named Jose Quinones, and it’s a throwback to the low-rider oldies sound of 1967 California… really, really cool sound.” – Felix Contreras, NPR’s All Things Considered / Alt.Latino