Amoramora, The Real Savage Henry
1221 State Street
Santa Barbara, CA, 93101
Doors 7:00 PM / Show 8:00 PM
This event is 21 and over
Amoramora has been saving the world with rock’n’roll since 2016. Every live show is guaranteed to blast you off into a cosmic dance party and features an ever changing blend of psychedelic jams, funk, bluegrass, african highlife and beyond. Fueled by high-energy improvisation, the undeniable joy this quartet shares onstage and offstage is reflected by their devout and growing fanbase, the Amorons. Based out of Boulder, CO, the band has a commitment to consistently changing setlists, expanding their already extensive catalog of original material, and stirring the musical gumbo. Along with the deep instrumental blend of guitar, keyboard, trumpet, EWI, bass & drums, all four members are also vocalists. Their astronomic compositions take the listener on an engaging journey while whimsical and captivating lyrics fuel the fire of musical imagery. The quartet, two of which have music degrees from the University of Colorado and University of Miami (FL), create a refreshing experience every night to keep their audience and listeners on their toes.
After selling out their first headlining play at the The Fox Theatre in May of 2017 the band released “S’moramora Volume 2” on all major listening/streaming platforms and has been touring the US extensively while expanding their rapidly growing audience.
Danny Evans – Guitar/Vox
Eric Levine – Bass/Vox
Michael Lenssen – Keys/EWI/Trumpet/Vox
Tommaso Veronesi – Drums/Percussion/Vox
The Real Savage Henry
The Real Savage Henry is a rock-fusion band from Isla Vista, California, establishing themselves as a staple presence in the ever changing Santa Barbara music scene. Forming 3 years ago from high school friends John Pagliassotti, Andrew MacInnes, and Wilder Kehke, the trio found drummer Will Hettel and have since risen to become one of the most noticeable bands in the college town. As of 2017, the group has recorded their first full length album Salvaje available for stream/download on iTunes, Spotify, and Bandcamp, and added electric violinist Stephen Yogi. The band plans to record their second album by early 2018 and embark on a second tour across the west coast with stops in San Francisco, Los Angeles, and the Pacific Northwest.
$8 - $10