Brooklyn band Yellowbirds has an indie 60’s rock sound that’s immediately ear-catching. Travis Harrison sat down with the band for an interview and some music in his studio and it’s a segment you won’t want to miss.
Yellowbirds is artist Sam Cohen’s latest musical project. Cohen, a member of Apollo Sunshine, has now stepped out on his own to write, produce, and make music that’s hard not to love. Psychedelic rock with a mix of indie-folk – great harmonies, masterful guitar work, electronic keyboard sounds – this band is everything you want it to be and more. See the band live June 9 or June 23 in Brooklyn, NY.
Listen to the full Serious Business on BTR radio show featuring Yellowbirds:
More about Yellowbirds: http://yellowbirdsmusic.com/
About Serious Business on BTR:
Travis Harrison records bands for a living, so he knows how to get the best out of musicians. As the president of Serious Business, a recording studio and record label, Travis also knows the industry. Every week he invites musicians into his studio for no-holds-barred conversations where anything goes. Funny, irreverent and seriously interesting: Serious Business on BTR, Mondays on the new BreakThru Radio.
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