Vinyl Orange Ottoman

Corn Hill Arts Festival Entertainment

If you like your Rock n Roll soaked in a bucket of Blues, Soul, and Grit – Then look no further!  Vinyl Orange Ottoman is exactly that.  Sounds reminiscent of The Tedeschi Trucks band, Joe Cocker, Gov’t Mule and The Black Crowes.  Marinated in undertones of Bobby Blue Bland, Bill Withers and Muddy Waters.  The band is fronted by former Dirty Bourbon Blues band frontman and scene vet, Pete Griffith on Drums/Vox.  He is flanked by guitarists Brady Hoover and Noah Swartele. Providing the low end is Multi instrumentalist Sam Klotz.  2018 also saw the addition of Saxophonist Zac Walker and Slide Guitar player Greg Cole.

With a true Rock ‘n’ Roll band, live is where they thrive. “It was incredible, and an incredible eye-opener. The band raged with an unstoppable fortitude that leaned on classic strains without relying solely upon them. It was familiar yet new–and beautiful.” -Frank DeBlase, City Newspaper

“VOO is a dynamic band with a big kick of bluesy soul in its tone, mood, and groove.” -Frank DeBlase, City Newspaper. In part why you can catch VOO on the same bill with anyone from jam bands, to hard rock/metal bands, to solo acoustic acts. There one of those bands that appeal across genres.

Vinyl Orange Ottoman hit the studio to record their latest release “When The Sun Falls Down” with Engineer Jon Belec and team.  Then sent to L.A. to be mastered by Grammy award winning Engineer Randy Merril.  In true Rock n Roll fashion V.O.O. chose to up the ante and record the music live, opting to only overdub vocals.  Released in November of 2017, it can be found on every major media outlet.

These guys have shared the stage with the likes of Blues Travelers, Chris Duarte, Carolyn Wonderland, Comander Cody, Wild Adiatic and Miller and the Other Sinners just to name a few.

Vinyl Orange Ottoman craves the creation of much more music and bringing their vibe to a larger fan base.  A musical friendship that they want to share as their journey continues.

Location: The Labatt Blue Light Gazebo Stage
Time: –
Sunday, 3:30 pm – 5:00 pm

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