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Tickets cost $17 in advance, $20 day of show (including all service charges). They are also available by phone through Hold My Ticket at 505-886-1251.
Tumbleroot is a mostly-standing-room venue. Limited seating available.
For nearly twenty years, ORGŌNE (a universal life force, pronounced or-gōne) has churned out gritty funk and soul recordings and toured relentlessly across the United States and Europe. Traditionally both the studio and live iterations of the band drew on a tight-knit collective of the West Coast's finest funk and soul musicians—although founding members Sergio Rios (guitar/engineer) and Dan Hastie (keyboards) have been constant anchors. However, since late 2013, Rios and Hastie have been joined by Dale Jennings (bass), Sam Halterman (drums), and singer/lyricist Adryon de León to form a permanent nucleus.
Establishing a solid core of musicians was instrumental in creating Reasons, their latest LP. "It allowed us to develop trust and be vulnerable with each other," says de León. From the a cappella opening of "All Good Things" to the dance floor filler "Easy Love," Reasons packs a punch. It's as if the listener is transported back to those sessions in Joshua Tree, staying up late and jamming with the band. As a producer, Rios shines: "I've learned to stop being so precious about every little detail. It's just art. Sketch your picture and move on."
Reasons is another solid step in a long and storied career. ORGŌNE's accolades are too long to list in entirety. ORGŌNE's live show captivates audiences and packs dance floors—whether it's on sold out headlining tours; sharing the stage with The Roots, Al Green, Sharon Jones & the Dap-Kings, and Galactic; or appearances at fests like Bonnaroo, New Orleans Jazz Fest, High Sierra, Bear Creek, and Jam Cruise. The well-traveled band has released albums on Ubiquity, Shanachie, and Colemine Records and served as the studio band on hits like Alicia Keys' "Teenage Love Affair" and CeeLo Green's Grammy-winning "Fool For You." Critics like NPR and Jambase don't shy away from heaping praise on a group with "irresistible funkiness and ability to transcend genre" (LA Weekly).
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