BoDeans to play New Hope Winery Aug. 22

The BoDeans, an alternative rock band with a slew of top-40 hits in the late 1980s and early 1990s, will take the stage at New Hope Winery on Aug. 22.

Founding musicians Kurt Neumann and Sam Llanas gained national attention in 1985, when the band recorded their well-regarded debut album, Love & Hope & Sex & Dreams.

Early on, the BoDeans’ sound was influenced by American roots rock, but over time, the band moved toward alternative rock, scored some mainstream rock hits, then returned to a mix of roots and alternative.

bodeansJohn Fogarty’s piano player, Bob Malone, will be opening for the BoDeans. Malone also tours as a popular solo performer, with a raucous, gravelly Tom Waits style that grabs attention.

Tickets for the Aug. 22 show are $50, and available online. Doors open at 7 p.m., and the show starts at 8 p.m. New Hope Winery is located at 6123 Lower York Road; (215) 794-2331.

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