Sunday, June 7, 2009

Love Out Loud for Tremors: Seismographic.


Tremors and their lead singer, John Kouri, a mainstay at Prohibition, are much appreciated by clientele and management alike. This New York based cover band has been playing music together for over a decade. A five piece ensemble maintaining a wide ranging repertoire, Tremors have one of the most extensive 70's, 80's and 90's song lists you will ever see and thoroughly enjoy hearing. With band members whose musicianship is of the highest level, the group has performed at venues ranging from small local pubs, to the Algonquin Hotel, to large festivals. John himself has been open and generous with the POZ team in the past lending us equipment. They've played for POZ's fundraiser two years in a row. Last night at Prohibition the venue filled to capacity was incessantly rocked. George Michael sounded just fine in their hands. "Freedom" indeed.

1 comment:

Edie said...

Every year there are more reasons to travel to the fundraiser, aside from the fact that now it's a part of me and I'm a part of it and I can't imagine not being there. Tremors is a huge reason to be there. They are all about the music, period. I fell in love with them the first time I heard them.

Music was my first love and Tremors truly does "love out loud", and they sing to the music in all of us. Most days I can barely walk any distance but I will always have a magic May night that they had me on my feet, singing and dancing. I found them very approachable, no egos, just all about the music.

They are one more reason I cry when I have to leave the city, and wish I lived much closer. Giano I hope to see you in July in Hoboken, but I had to stop by and give some love to John and all the wonderful men of Tremors. "Freedom", indeed!