|Sosos at the Funky Biscuit |
Fort Lauderdale's oldest, still-standing structure, Stranahan House, will host its first event of the year today from 6 to 9 p.m., appropriately titled "Holiday Hangover." It's clearly geared at all those still recovering from seasonal festivities; there will be an open bar, music, a beer garden sponsored by Moore Stephens Lovelace PA, food of all sorts, and even a CycleParty onsite for guests to experience. Attendees can also, of course, tour the museum.
In addition, attendees can jam out to music played by Chris Monteleone, lead singer of Sosos. The Fort Lauderdale band plays music with acoustic roots instruments only. Monteleone says he'll play some new songs from the band's most recent album as well as some songs from the first two albums.
In regard to the band's newest endeavors, "The first thing our fans will notice is that we now have two lead singers instead of just me," Monteleone explained. "We added Mitch Herrick to the Sosos lineup a few years ago, and we started playing his tunes as well as mine. This has definitely shifted our sound a bit. I'd say it kinda sounds like Jack Johnson stopped by the Goo Goo Dolls' house only to find that the Devil Makes Three was there. Then they all decided to jam!" More »