Every week at Orlando Music News, the site highlights a local band or artist. A good local band or artist. This week, The Broken Inn.
The Broken Inn play Back Booth on Wednesday, July 6, with
Leslie (nope, they cancelled!), the Kyle Cox Band, and Six Time Losers.
Just the facts:
Summer of 2006, in the back room of Daniel’s house.
Band members’ names & instruments:
- Daniel Hanson: Guitar & Vocals
- Nick Muccigrosso: Drums & occasional banter
- Colby Pelham: Bass & Basketball
Any band members currently/formerly in other projects?
We’ve all been a part of currently inactive side-projects: Dan had Fat Night and Dry, Colby had Subsequent Decline, and Nick had The Oxymorons.
Currently available releases:
- Until The Sun Came Up (2009)
- Leftover Knowledge (2010)
- July 23rd – Tir Na Nog (Daytona)
- July 30th – Antiwarpt Music Festival (St. Pete)
- August 12 – Ella’s American Folk Art Cafe (Tampa)
Describe your sound:
“union of muscle and melody” – Jim Abbott
1) What has been your most memorable show so far?
The first time we played at the Closet in Sarasota was a party and a half. Those folks know how to bring the noise. The release show for Leftover Knowledge at Will’s was fun times, playing with our buds the in The Goodrub and 20WT. Opening for Born Ruffians at Backbooth was “a whole tubfull of crazy”. Three way tie.
2) Which local band is your favorite one to play a show with?
Stimulus Nimbus, possibly some of the most supportive dudes we’ve met.
We miss playing with The GoodRub and JunkieRush!
3) What description gets used for your band that you would most like to correct people on? Why?
To be honest, we’ve heard a lot of descriptions, but we’ve never turned our noses up at any of them. We like it when people can pick out details of our style, because that gives us a better idea of how to describe our sound to others, since we’re not too good at that!
4) What’s your favorite thing about being an Orlando band? What’s your least favorite?
There are a lot of bands here. A lot of cliques in the music scene. It’s a challenge to make a name for yourself, but that makes it noticeable when a band is making an impact. A lot of shows any given night, which is a good thing so you have a lot of options, but bad when you have to pass on some shows for others.
5) Any big news to share?
Proud to be a part of the 2nd Annual Antiwarpt Music Festival in St. Pete this year! Some awesome local and national acts on the bill, should be a great time. We are about to start shooting a music video for our song, “All In Your Head” this summer, and we are going to start working on a new record in the fall. Keep an eye out for some exciting stuff!