Published On: Sat, Feb 1st, 2014

Quimby Mountain Band at Triumph Brewery in New Hope

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Date(s) - 02/01/2014
10:00 pm

Triumph Brewing


Saturday, February 1st 10pm $5 cover

Quimby Mountain Band at Triumph Brewery in New Hope

Known for their incredible live performances, Quimby Mountain Band is quickly reaching new heights.  With the recent release of their new CD, “Move On”, the band is definitely “on the move”, having gotten air time nationally on the  Sirius XM Jam Station.

Whether playing at the historic Stanhope House or The Stone Pony in New Jersey or at festivals throughout the Northeast, the Quimby Mountain Band continues to garner tons of attention and new fans.

The new CD, a titillating array of original songs, from the title track, “Move On” to “The Smile On My Face” and “Impossible 2”, fans take a dynamic ride from start to finish. In concert, the band plays predominately originals with a sound that spans a wide range of genres, with parts funk, blues, southern rock, reggae and soul mixed in, or as band members like to say, “We are all over the place.”  Some of their music has a jam-like flare to it, but the band isn’t confined to any one style, which makes them unique in their approach and good reason for celebration among their rabid following. The band’s CD release party in September 2011 was a sellout at the Blairstown (NJ) Theater, making them only the third group to do so that year, following in the footsteps of national acts From Good Homes and Steve Earle. “Move On” comes on the heels of their super selling first CD, “Up From The Dust”.

The band features Bob Noble, bass, Harry Noble, guitar, Matt Schmidt, guitar, Jesse Bardwell, lead vocals, and Matt DiPaolo, drums.  Everybody chips in to sculpt each song into its finished product.

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