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Kopecky

Kopecky

Kopecky


1) Kopecky (formerly the Kopecky Family Band) is an American indie-rock band formed out of Nashville, Tennessee in 2007. The band consists of Kelsey Kopecky (vocals, keyboards, and bass), Gabe Simon (vocals, guitar, and horns), Steven Holmes (guitar, lap steel guitar), David Krohn (drums), Markus Midkiff (cello, guitar, and keyboards), and Corey Oxendine (bass, guitar, and horns). Their debut album, Kids Raising Kids, was released in October 2012 and then rereleased by ATO Records in April 2013. Read more on Last.fm
1) Kopecky (formerly the Kopecky Family Band) is an American indie-rock band formed out of Nashville, Tennessee in 2007. The band consists of Kelsey Kopecky (vocals, keyboards, and bass), Gabe Simon (vocals, guitar, and horns), Steven Holmes (guitar, lap steel guitar), David Krohn (drums), Markus Midkiff (cello, guitar, and keyboards), and Corey Oxendine (bass, guitar, and horns). Their debut album, Kids Raising Kids, was released in October 2012 and then rereleased by ATO Records in April 2013. The group's sophomore album, titled Drug for the Modern Age, was released on May 19, 2015 via ATO Records 2) Kopecky is also the name of a US progressive rock band. -- Three brothers - Joe, William and Paul - from Racine WI. Joe plays guitar and sings, William plays electric bass, keyboards and sitar, and Paul is a drummer.

KOPECKY is an American band with a variety of influences. They have elements from the latest era of KING CRIMSON, some prog metal, some ethnic influences and even some more traditional prog influences. Occasionally the approach is similar to Terry Bozzio's Black Light Syndrome. The result is a powerful sound with a variety of approaches and interesting musicianship.

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