We’re taking the show on the road, going on a two-week tour of Florida starting January 14 and going through January 28. We’ll be playing in some of Florida’s best blues clubs from New Smyrna Beach to Key Largo on the Atlantic coast and Englewood to Marco Island on the Gulf coast. On the way down to Florida, we’ll be stopping in clubs in Washington DC, Baltimore, and Richmond. We’ll be playing all your favorites from our first four CDs plus some new tunes on our upcoming fifth CD.
Please check the calendar and come on out and see us if we’re in a town near you. It’s gonna be a whole mess of fun!
We are delighted to be returning to one of our favorite music venues in the Hudson Valley this New Year’s Eve, The Towne Crier Cafe in Beacon. We’ll be joined by Sari Schorr and her band delivering their high energy blues-rock sound. The chefs in the kitchen are planning a memorable New Year’s Eve feast buffet, including a variety of appetizers and entrees, capped off by dessert — sumptuous chocolate truffles, petit fours and fresh fruit. Also included for dinner guests: a complimentary bottle of champagne per couple. Get your tickets now!
We’re excited to be playing this new venue for the first time, and we’ll be singing tunes from our upcoming CD and other new songs, plus plenty of your old favorites. This will be our only Hudson Valley appearance in July, as we’ll just be back from our European Tour and getting ready to head out on our western US tour at the end of the month. Come on out and join us! This is a small venue and may sell out, so get your tickets now!
Another stellar review of our new CD, Gonna Die Tryin’, appears in the latest issue of Big City Blues Magazine. Here’s the complete review:
2015 was a year that saw a number of impressive harmonica-led recordings. For this writer’s money, Chris O’Leary stood at the head of the class. With a fat tome that sometimes reminds of William Clarke, O’Leary is an exceptionally impressive songwriter and vocalist, as well. He’s as steeped in real life as he is in poetic painting. On the opener, Can’t Help Yourself (“If you want to do it/ ahead and just say screw it.”) Chris Vitarello’s guitar is fluid and stinging. O’Leary blows crystal clear harp. 19cents a day is a glimpse into the reality of war (“A pat on the back/HR will show you the door/when they finish screwin’ dad they’ll send junior off to war/3 years in the guard he’s on tour number 2 when it’s someone else’s son it’s an easy thing to do/See we appreciate your service sir, but sir you’ve got to go … I’m sure they can help you down at the VA/where they fly Old Glory proudly/for 19 cents a day”). Bruce Katz burns up the B3 on this. Hook Line and Sinker has a horn vamp (Andy Stahl, tenor sax and Chris DiFrancesco, baritone sax) that reminds of the Otis Redding/Carla Thomas tune Tramp. The guitar work is straight out of Muscle Shoals. O’Leary’s vocals are as strong as most anyone out there. Part Kim Wilson, part Tad Robinson. The title cut (“There’s gonna be some killin’ … /it’s a razor thin line between righteousness and dyin’/ make your mind up quick or you’re gonna die tryin’/things ain’t mentioned in polite conversation/one nation under god ain’t a literal translation…”) is brilliant.
Letters From Home is a slow blues written from a marine’s perspective. (“I’m terrified and lonesome/about a thousand miles away from home/desert wind chills me to the bone/Mail call’s about the only thing keeps a man sane/in this god forsaken combat zone….I need your letters from home.” Again, Vitarello’s guitar work is impressive. The Devil Drove to Town in a V8 Ford is a workout for everyone on board. O’Leary’s writing, here as elsewhere on the disc, is as impressive as the best of Springsteen or any other acknowledged master. Emotive, cinematic. He sings, “Jesus said you got nothing for me/So be gone and tempt me no more/The Devil jumped into his coupe/and started up that V8 Ford.” The Machine showcases his excellent harp work while bemoaning the drudgery of getting by. Walking Contradiction (“throw me to the wolves and just let it all go.”) is hard core Chicago. Harvest Time, with its piano, drum, bass, and horns is the story of a man stealing electricity from his neighbors (“I got a two year plan to get me off the grid.”) and doing “some illegal agriculture when the sun goes down.” The addition of backing vocalist Libby Cabello gives it a cross between church and festival. One More Saturday Night speaks to the fallout from touring (“I gave you all I had and you still walked away … the bad was pretty awful but the good was pretty great”) and spotlights O’Leary’s powerful harp work. Everything works. Strong vocals, a command of the language and muscular harp work. Clearly one of the best releases of 2015. —Mark E. Gallo
Our latest album garners this accolade and more from reviewer Marty Gunther, in the latest issue of Blues Blast Magazine. Here’s a reprint of the full review:
Veteran New York singer/harmonica player/guitarist Chris O’Leary is a talented, down-to-earth bluesman who speaks from his heart, and that’s clear as a bell for Gonna Die Tryin’, his latest imprint on the American Showplace label.
A true American hero who spent seven years in the U.S. Marines, O’Leary’s approach deals differently from many harp players on the scene today. After his discharge, he spent six years as front man for Levon Helm’s band, The Barnburners, recorded with Hubert Sumlin and Bill Perry. He delivers straight-ahead blues with a modern feel, aided by horns, which take his sound to another level while giving him space to deliver his ample vocal skills.
This is Chris’ fourth release since successfully making his debut as a solo recording artist in 2010 with Mr. Used To Be. That album earned the 2011 Blues Blast Music Award for best New Artist Debut Release. O’Leary’s most recent work, Live At Blues Now!, was a 2015 BBMA nominee for Live Album Of The Year. He’s backed here by his regular alignment of Chris Vitarello (guitar), Andy Stahl and Chris DiFrancesco (tenor and baritone saxes), Matt Raymond (bass) and Jay Devlin (drums). They’re augmented by Bruce Katz on keys, Vinnie Nobile on trombone and Willa Panvini McCarthy and Libby Cabello on backing vocals.
All of the material here is original, and O’Leary writes about what he knows, some of it humorous, some reeking with images of the battleground, as he paints a clear picture of life in 21st Century America. During the Vietnam era, it wasn’t unusual for a blues artist to record songs about the horrors of war. Today, however, O’Leary is in the minority as he describes current warzones and their effect on valiant folks who serve.
A catchy riff from Vitarello, who’s stellar throughout, introduces “Can’t Help Yourself,” the first cut, the story of Bayonne Bobby, a tattooed ne’er-do-well who’s vowed to settle down with a good woman and make his mother proud. Despite his efforts, however, he simply can’t get out of his own way. O’Leary suggests it’s time to stop trying to be someone else, finishing the number with an electrifying harp solo that stops just short of distortion.
“19₵ A Day” follows with a lyrically rapid-fire take on one of the biggest complaints workers deal with today: companies outsourcing labor to places where folks will toil for the meager wages of the song’s title. The military theme makes its first appearance with references about the government turning its back on disenfranchised veterans who find themselves being shuttled from one agency to another, unable to secure jobs, unless election time is near and politicians actually do something to help in order to sway votes.
“Hook, Line And Sinker,” a love song delivered with a Memphis feel backed by the horn section, follows before the theme darkens once more. “Gonna Die Trying” provides a funky, horrific view of battle using Samson vs. the Philistines for imagery before it evolves into visions of men with guns who have Satan in their ears spurring them on for more bloodshed. He’s got “the rules of engagement and the worst of intentions,” O’Leary says, and “there’s a razor-thin line between righteousness and dyin’.” The theme continues with “Letters From Home,” a seven-minute slow blues opus that details the power of receiving mail and phones from loved ones when at the front line.
“The Devil Drove To Town In A V8 Ford” and “The Machine” are both clever, percolating blues. The first depicts the battle between good and evil with rich visual metaphors, the second being trapped in the pitfalls of everyday working life. O’Leary puts his harp skills on display for the carefully controlled “Walking Contradiction,” which describes a woman who never ceases to amaze, before “Harvest Time,” a love song with a funky Southern feel and lush horn arrangements. The loping “One More Saturday Night” follows before “Tell It To Me Straight” brings the disc to a close.
From the description of the songs above, you’d think that O’Leary’s basically a hard-edged Marine, but don’t be fooled. He’s really a softy at heart. He dedicated the album to his newborn son Jackson, and the pair are depicted in a truly heartwarming image in the packaging.
Gonna Die Tryin’ is full of first-rate musicianship throughout, and O’Leary’s band is definitely a group on the rise. But it’s the material that truly shines. Available from Amazon, iTunes or directly from the label’s website. I’m definitely going to set this album aside for the end of the year and future award consideration.
A happy and healthy new year to all our fans, family, and friends! We hope that you’ll come out to see us play at a venue near you in 2016. We’ve already got several tours lined up in the US and we’ll be back in Basel, Switzerland in June. Check out our updated calendar, we’ll be adding more shows as they get booked. We’ve got lots of great music and new tunes to play for you. Thank you for your support!
“‘Play the song.’
“A rather simple and innocuous little comment, isn’t it?
“Could be something as innocent as a request directed at a disc jockey or a plea from an impatient club owner to a beleaguered band.
“But no, this time those three words are a nugget of advice from one of the most legendary and well-respected musicians in the annals of modern music – Mr. Levon Helm.
““That’s one of the greatest pieces of advice he gave me. Play the song, don’t use the song for whatever it is you’re trying to do … like getting up there and showing off or showing everybody what you know. I remember him telling a guitar player, ‘There’s a lot of notes, did you really have to play all of them?’” said singer, song-writer, harpist and bandleader Chris O’Leary. “He would say, ‘Play the song. Go up there and if you’re soloing, if you’re singing or if you’re playing rhythm, forward the song. Whatever the song may be, support it. That’s a lesson that has carried me – among a zillion others that he taught me.””
“Chris O’Leary has a vocal style that could make a believer out of a devout atheist and a harmonica style that will burn a hole straight through to the deepest part of your heart. There’s just something in his delivery that has the listener hanging on every note and every word. Seven years as a Marine and six years as a member of Levon Helm’s Barnburners are enough to convince the hardened skeptic that this cat has paid his dues. If that’s not enough, one listen to this disc will drive the point home. A band as solid as the Rock of Gibraltar backing his formidable skills is enough to get the point across that Chris O’Leary is 100% the real deal. Backing him on this album are Chris Vitarello on guitar, Andy Stahl and Chris Difrancesco on saxophones, Matt Raymond on bass and Jay Devlin on drums. Add the piano & organ work of Bruce Katz, Vinnie Nobile on trombone, and Willa Panvini McCarthy & Libby Cabello on background vocals…then add John Mooney as a special guest on guitar, and this tasty treat has the cherry on top. The fact that O’Leary wrote all the music and lyrics for the album makes him all the more impressive. As impressive a wordsmith as he is a harmonica player and vocalist, this cat is a threat on so many fronts that it’s not funny. This is one of the most impressive, solid blues albums I have heard in quite some time. There are no gimmicks, no high-tech pyrotechnics and absolutely no B.S. to be found, just a band pouring heart and soul into a performance. This one is powerful and passionate, strong as an old locomotive with a full head of steam and no desire to slow down. This one gets my highest recommendation. It belongs in the library of every blues lover…without question. – Bill Wilson”
You can preorder the CD now at Amazon.com –it will be released on September 18th.
Chris O’Leary and Charissa Shields are delighted to announce the birth of their son Jackson Ronald Thomas O’Leary, on Monday, July 27th at 3:45 pm. Jackson weighed in at 8 lbs 4oz and already has his father wrapped around his little finger: “The second my baby boy opened his big blue eyes I was done, toast, completely in love!” Join us in congratulating the proud parents!
We were nominated for a 2015 Blues Blast Award in the Best Live Recording category and would really appreciate your support! Vote here: http://www.bluesblastmagazine.com/bbmas/vote/
We are very proud to announce that our latest release Live at Blues Now! is nominated for a 2015 Blues Blast Award, for best live blues recording! Voting begins on July 15th and is open to the public. Visit Blues Blast Magazine to read all about it. Thank you for your support!
We’re heading out this Tuesday for a series of shows across western NY and down into PA and OH: Treasure Lake Ski Lodge (6/9 Dubois, PA), Sportsmens Tavern (6/10 Buffalo, NY), That Other Place (6/11 Corning, NY), Moondog’s (6/12 Pittsburgh, PA), and the Court Street Grille (6/13 Pomeroy, OH). Complete details are on our website at thechrisolearyband.net/calendar. Come on out and see us if you’re in the area, we’ve got lots of new music for you!
We’re starting our run to Florida, and our first stop tonight will be at Jonathan’s Landing in Magnolia, Delaware. We’ve got gigs lined up in North Carolina, Tennessee, and Washington DC, in addition to a wide range of Florida locations for the next couple of weeks. Come on out and see us if we’re in your neighborhood! It’s gonna be a whole mess o’ fun. See our full calendar listing on our website for dates and details.
Thanks to the wizardry of our awesome website designer and tech guru, Susan Brkich, the band’s website, including the current calendar, is back up and running at a new (temporary) location: thechrisolearyband.net. If you need someone to design and build your website, Susan is the best!!
That’s how Rainey Wetnight sums up our live album, Live at Blues Now, in her review in the latest issue of BluesBlast Magazine. Here’s the full review:
February is the time for the Super Bowl, Valentine’s Day, Presidents’ Day, and Fat Tuesday. Mardi Gras is fast approaching, and a great way to celebrate it is by grooving to feisty New Orleans blues by New York’s Chris O’Leary Band. According to their promotional info sheet, “In March 2014, the Chris O’Leary Band traveled to Basel, Switzerland to perform at the prestigious BLUES NOW! concert series. Joining the band as a special guest was renowned blues guitarist Alex Schultz. Schultz’s storied musical career includes long associations with blues harmonica players William Clarke, Rod Piazza and Lester Butler….” With that said, Chris O’Leary is destined to join the ranks of these hallowed harp masters. In his band’s concert set of twelve songs – eleven originals and one cover – they set Switzerland’s blues-cravers on fire!
Alongside O’Leary on vocals and harmonica are Chris Vitarello on guitar, Andy Stahl on tenor saxophone, Chris DiFrancesco on baritone sax, Matt Raymond on upright and electric bass, and Jay Devlin on drums. As mentioned earlier, guitarist Alex Schultz lends his electric expertise. Together they play high-voltage ensemble blues that takes no prisoners, powerfully combining the influences of the Windy City, Memphis, and the “Big Easy”. Of their original numbers, these three are proof that worldwide blues fans will love them just as much as the Swiss did.
Track 01: “Give It” – The band’s opener is a gritty blues-rock ballad featuring a shady narrator: “Well, you ain’t got no money. I can’t hold down no job. If you would be my honey, well, I’d beg, steal and rob. Give it to me, baby!” The guitar solo in the middle is a five-alarm inferno, as are Chris O’Leary’s vocals and harmonica.
Track 05: “Water’s Risin’” – BLUES NOW!’s crowd claps along to track five, a warning of stormy weather when it comes to romance: “I hope you can swim, honey – our relationship might sink.” The best part of this song is the infectious background chorus of “Water’s risin’, taking on water….” Once again, the mid-song fretwork is fabulous.
Track 08: “Blues is a Woman” – With a slow-burning, Stevie Ray Vaughan-style guitar intro, number eight is blues as pure as Swiss mountain air. “Blues is a woman, and she don’t mean me no good. She never does like she ought to, no, that woman never does just like she should.” Every concert contains at least one selection that’s perfect for slow dancing, and this is IT.
The band’s promotional material reveals: “Chris O’Leary has put in his time on the front lines – as U.S. Marine Corps infantry squad leader, and seven years as singer, harp player, and front man for Levon Helm’s Barn Burners.”
With its considerable instrumental talent, vivacious energy, and award credentials, this terrific ensemble will make Mardi Gras last all year long!
Rainey Wetnight, BluesBlast Magazine, Issue 9–7, February 12, 2015
Kyle Deibler lavishes praise on our live CD, Live at Blues Now, in the October/November 2014 issue of Blues Bytes, with a delightful and detailed analysis of each track on the CD. If you don’t have the album yet, this review should convince you to get your copy now! Here’s the full story:
A former Marine, Chris O’Leary, has certainly paid his dues to his country and to the Blues while fronting Levon Helm’s Barn Burners for several years. Throw in the death of his good friend and drummer, Sean McCarthy, and you can tell that Chris has endured his share of trials and tribulations over the past couple of years. In a disc dedicated to Sean, Live at Blues Now, Chris and the band give an over the top performance for the good folks of Basel, Switzerland. Sound man Dave Muscheidt did an outstanding job of capturing the band’s live performance, and having Alex Schultz as the guest guitarist is simply the cherry on top. It’s time to give this gem another listen.
The band starts out with “Give It” and the back end with Matt Raymond on bass and Jay Devlin on drums set the tone for this tune. Chris’s harp is added to the mix and I hear a bit of baritone sax from Chris DeFrancesco, as Chris pleads his case for love with the object of his affections. “You’ve been sad and only…so many times before…will you be my one and only…I’ll give you what you’re asking for…give it…to me baby…give it.” Alex’s fretwork is incendiary and we’re off and running with it here. Throw in Andy Stahl’s tenor sax and the horns are front and center as we move onto “Trouble.” “I don’t know how I got here…Lord, knows where I’ve been…I’m talking trouble…I’ve been living in…I’d better get it all together….for all this trouble I’ve been living in.” Chris doesn’t really expound on exactly what the trouble was but at least he’s willing to change his ways and begin to move forward.
Alex is back on the guitar and I’m wishing I was in Basel for this show. Next up is “Louisiana Woman,” and given that Chris says it’s a true story we’d all better be careful down on the Bayou. “Creole Woman…all’s you had to say…don’t worry, Cher…laissez les bon temps roulez…I’ll still cross my heart…for it’s too late…knock on wood…I don’t want to tempt fate.” Chris’s mournful harp tones echo the magic to be found in the air, and it sounds like Chris was a wise man to avoid the temptations of the Louisiana women.
The crowd’s applauding as the band kicks it up a notch for Chris’s next cut, “Walk the Walk.” “Can’t run…but you sure can hide…I got a plan to be your man….I’ll do everything I can…keep you warm when it’s cold outside…you can talk the talk…but can you walk the walk?” Chris is in love but this woman may not have the game she needs to back up her talk. Let’s hope that Chris is right with this one. We move on to “Water’s Risin’,” and this is a tune that Chris wrote with Levon Helm. “I hope you can swim…honey, our relationship might sink.” They’re experiencing some rough times together but hopefully they’ll be ok. “Going down…water’s rising…taking on water…I hope you can swim, baby, our relationship might sink”
Jay’s toms are setting the pace for our next cut, “I Wish You Would,” and I hear Chris’s baritone sax every now and then. Chris is singing into his harp mic and it gives his voice a unique twist for this tune. “Early in the morning…bout the break of day…I’m guessing my baby went away…please, baby baby…give me one more try…you know I love you…want to be your man…come back baby…I wish you would.” This girl’s gone and I’m thinking Chris is not going to get this one back.
“Mr. Used to Be” gives a different twist to the same old story. Chris is glad this one’s gone and whatever she does, please don’t come back. “I do wish I could have known…I had to share you with the rest of the town…I do not miss you, baby…don’t you come home to me…I’m perfectly happy…being your Mr. used to be.” Good riddance to bad rubbish in this case, and Chris is more than happy to move on.
Our next cut, “Blues is a Woman,” has that late night, last call, club feel to it from way back in the day. Alex is laying down some extremely mournful tones on his guitar and the mood for this song is perfectly clear. “Blues is a woman…and she don’t mean me no good…she never does like she ought to…low down woman…never does like she should.” I love the tones form Andy’s tenor sax in the background and it’s clear that whatever this woman did to Chris, she hurt him badly and it’s time he let her go.
Chris has the crowd singing along with him on the next tune, “King of the Jungle.” “King of the jungle…man, he’s the king of the jungle…he’s the baddest cat around.” You know he’s tough if the lions, tigers and grizzlies all give him the right of way. This is a fun tune and a welcome relief from the somber tone of “Blues is a Woman.” Jay’s snare is at the forefront to give “Tchoupitoulas” a New Orleans flare as Chris tells us about this small town in Louisiana. “This small town…ain’t no destination…people only passing through…take a walk…down Tchoupitoulas…you never you know what you might find…let that muddy Mississippi…wash all your cares behind.” A quick place to pause and reflect but a definitely a destination to leave behind.
Chris’s baritone sax is at the forefront of the intro to our next cut, “Waiting for the Phone to Ring.” “Hey Rapunzel…I know your tower ain’t no fun…you know it bound to happen…I might as well be the one…I’ve proper questionable raising…but I’ve got proper table manners…in fact…instead of lowering your standards….what’s say you lower your stance.” Chris is working hard to charm this one but I’m not sure Rapunzel is going to fall prey to his charms. But if she does, oh Lord,look out!
The saxes provide the perfect foil to Chris’s harp as the band heads into the final cut on our disc, “History.” “Oh when I seen your apple…you know I made your orchard my home.” Chris has an answer for all of the heroines from the past and he’s more than happy to include them in his new version of “history.” Alex just kills his fretwork on this last tune and there’s no doubt the good folk of Basel, Switzerland witnessed an amazing show at Blues Now.
This is Chris O’Leary’s third disc out on the Fidellis Records/Vizztone Label Group and it’s a good one. Dave Gross did an amazing job of mastering the live recording and the Chris O’Leary Band definitely tore the roof off of Blues Now that fateful night in March.
Chris is based in the Hudson River Valley and the lessons he learned at the hands of the master, Levon Helm, are readily apparent. Alex Schultz’s fretwork is amazing and I’ve enjoyed this disc tremendously. You can learn more about Chris O’Leary and his band on their website, www.thechrisolearyband.com, and grab a copy of this live disc for yourself. After that, pour yourself a cold one and turn it up loud!
We’re heading back into the studio soon to record our 4th CD. Want a sneak peek of some of the new songs that will be on it? Come out to one of our upcoming gigs! Visit our calendar to find out where we’re playing: http://thechrisolearyband.net/calendar.
Blues Biscuits’ Jim Kanavy gives our new live CD, Live at Blues Now!, high marks in his review of the album, noting that “this is rock & roll blues at its best.” Here’s the full review:
“Chris O’Leary is the former front man of Levon Helm’s Barnburners. The Chris O’Leary band was formed in 2007 around a tight group of road warriors. Chris’ years spent with the Barnburners, backing up an eclectic mix of musicians at Levon Helm’s New Orleans club, and touring the country afterward, turned him into a musical medium. He channels a multitude of blues & soul styles authoritatively. It’s hard to believe he grew up closer to Albany, New York than New Albany, Mississippi. The blues pours out of his fuzz-drenched, raspy harp and his band is right there with him at every twist and turn. After two successful and acclaimed studio albums, this red hot combo has unleashed a sizzling live album.
“Live At Blues Now! has tunes from both studio albums and a grooving, bouncing version of Billy Boy Arnold’s “Wish You Would.” Chris sings some of it through the harp mic and his vocals take on a Howlin’ Wolf snarl. I was really excited to have a live version of “Tchoupitoulas” (that’s “Chop-ih-too-liss” to you and me). If “Tchoupitoulas” doesn’t get you moving you may be dead. Have someone take your pulse immediately. Administer mouth to mouth as desired. It should have you singing and dancing like you’re down at Tipitina’s with the second-line hot on your heels. The whole album, from the opener “Give It” to the closer “History” has incredible drumming. The beats are almost tribal, churning and chopping, like waves of the sea surging and receding, thrusting the band forward, reeling rocking in rhythmic ecstasy.
“On “Trouble,” special guest guitarist Alex Schultz rides the rhythmic waves like a man who’s conquered the Pipeline. Chris O’Leary’s harp cuts through like a thrusting oar and keeps the band on course. The shimmering guitars of “Louisiana Woman” and lonesome harp conjure a hoodoo mist across the bayou and “Water’s Risin’” swings, rocks and reels. This is rock & roll blues at its best, combining gospel vocals, Chuck Berry rhythms, and dueling guitars into a spicy gumbo of American music which pretty much encapsulates the Chris O’Leary Band. This band is the real deal. Bring the band into your living room, car, or bayou back porch with Live At Blues Now!”
Tomorrow we are releasing our 3rd CD on the Vizztone label.. Live at Blues Now! We recorded this earlier in the year in Basel Switzerland with very special guest Alex Schultz. The room was beautiful, the crowd was great, and we had a blast!
We played the Portland Waterfront festival on July 4th to over 25000 people! We are back in Portland on 7/17 at Vie de Bohéme! Hopefully everyone who was in attendance will come out and see us again! We’ve missed you all
We are in Seattle tonight at El Corazon doors open at 800. .. First time in Seattle , come on out and say hi.
The Chris O’Leary Band has arrived at the Safeway Waterfront Blues Festival in Portland Oregon..what a lineup! Los Lobos, Charlie Musselwhite, Maceo Parker, Los Lonely Boys, many others and THE CHRIS O’LEARY BAND. I am sure, once they get some sleep, they are going to be walking around with a huge grin on their faces. Have a blast and show them the coolness that is The Chris O’Leary Band.
The band is coming down to Florida this week
with various gigs in the beautiful sunny state. Check the dates over on the right to see if we are coming to a town near you. If you are on the East coast, we will have a few stops on the way up. Hope to see you there.