The Fave brings the fuzzand invades Orange and Hat City Kitchen!
the Fave, Nipsey, and the Trainwreck are proud to be a part of this pig roast for charity! It opens at 4pm and msuic goes until At Least 8pm. Aidan Jack Seeger Foundation was established to address the need for information and newborn screening with respect to Adrenoleukodystrophy. In addition, we strive to support and encourage those afflicted and their families as they struggle to endure, adjust and cope with the demands of the disease. http://www.aidanhasaposse.org/
The Fave is set to rock in front of NYC's most amazing back drop right on the Hudson River. Bring a blanket and a cooler. 7pm! Karyn Khul Band on the bill!
Dominick Della Fave
Sounds Like: Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young, The Who, Supergrass, Blind Melon, The Black Keys
Brother and sister Dominick and Jaime Rose Della Fave began playing together more than a decade ago and formed the band, EUGENE, which laid the foundation for THE FAVE...
THE FAVE is an energetic and lively bunch with solid original songs that pay homage to the rockers of the past while exuding a...See Full Bio
"Vocalist Jaime Rose Della Fave is hands down my favorite vocalist on the planet. Quiet and reserved off stage, when she lets loose with the band I always do a double take. Her smooth and powerful style is on par with Lacey Mosley (Flyleaf) and Cassadee Pope. When combined with guitarist/vocalist Dom Della Fave, the pair takes harmony on a very flavorful journey to the center of your mind. This is guitar driven rock and roll in the colorful vein of New York’s Pretty Reckless and the ever popular Hey Monday. But The Fave maintain their own originality, mixing the traditional power of classic bands like The Who with a punkish Blink-182 snarl wrapped up in the candy coated harmonies of Paramore. Like a gritty, 1960s family band (if the Partridge Family and The Brady Bunch were injected with Charles Manson blood), the core family group reads each other like a book. Brother and sister make way for cousin and bassist Edward Jude Smith, who pops like a resurrected Sid Vicious..."