Brothers Nick and Pete Furgiuele, along with Peter DeLorenzo and Chris Kaufmann make up the Atlanta-based band Gringo Star. Together, the foursome infuses classic rock ‘n’ roll and garage rock with pretty indie-pop. Though most of their songs are simple and catchy — perfect for sing-alongs and continuous toe-tapping — they still retain a unique, Southern rough-around-the-edges grittiness.
Gringo Star’s sophomore album, Count Yer Lucky Stars, is out now via Gigantic Music.
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Official website for Gringo Star: www.gringostar.net
Upcoming Tour Dates:
11/6 @ Turf Club in Minneapolis, MN
11/8 @ Club Garibaldis in Milwaukee, WI
11/9 @ Firebird in St. Louis, MO
11/10 @ Subterranean in Chicago, IL
11/11 @ Loading Dock in Traverse City, MI
11/12 @ MOTR in Cincinnati, OH
11/13 @ Black Cat in Washington, D.C.
11/14 @ Kung Fu Necktie in Philadelphia, PA
11/15 @ Slim’s in Raleigh, NC
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