John Craigie

All Ages
Friday, June 14
Doors: 7pm Show: 8pm
Live At Rio Theatre

with THE COFFIS BROTHERS

FULLY SEATED

Tickets $37-$52

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John Craigie (born June 15, 1980) is an American singer-songwriter. Hailed as a "Modern-Day Troubadour" in the style of Woody Guthrie and Ramblin' Jack Elliott, Craigie has been traveling continuously for most of the past decade throughout the United States, Canada and Europe. His music and performance style has been compared to John Prine, and Mitch Hedberg, with influences of Pete Seeger, and Arlo Guthrie. He has performed with or opened for Todd Snider, Paul Thorn, Jack Johnson, James McMurtry, Shawn Colvin, Sean Hayes, Nicki Bluhm, Aoife O'Donovan, ALO, Shook Twins, and Trampled by Turtles and sold out shows in NYC, Boston, San Francisco, Denver, Portland, Seattle, and more. He has received airplay on many radio stations including KPIG, KHUM, KGNU, KBCS, KRFC, WUMB, WUIN, KFAI, and KVXQ, as well as The Coffeehouse station on Sirius XM Radio.
The Coffis Brothers & The Mountain Men are five young men from the Santa Cruz Mountains that have been playing around the Bay Area and beyond since 2010. The band consists of Jamie Coffis (Vocals, Keyboard, ) Kellen Coffis (Vocals, guitar,) Kyle Poppen (Guitar,) Aidan Collins (Bass,) and Sam Kellerman (Drums.) They play a style of music that is rock and roll in the most classic sense, melodic, rootsy and heartfelt. The songwriting duo of Jamie and Kellen show an obvious love for a bygone era of music and for groups like Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers, Neil Young and The Beatles as well as a sense of maturity and experience beyond their years.
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