Moes Alley Santa Cruz Nightclub
The Coffis Brothers + David Luning Band
Appearing Live at Moes Alley
Saturday, August 10th
KPIG & Moe's Alley Present A Very Special Double Bill
8:30 PM, Doors Open 7:30 PM, $18, Day of tickets available after 5:30pm at Moe's or by calling 831 479-1854

Eat At Moe's

Moe's Alley & KPIG present a very special double bill with The Coffis Brothers + David Luning Band.  Both bands will be performing a full set, with David Luning playing first at 8:30pm so come early and don't miss a beat!

VIDEO- The Coffis Brothes "You Ain't Got The Heart"; VIDEO - David Luning "Whiskey Bottle"

ABOUT THE COFFIS BROTHERS - The Coffis Brothers & The Mountain Men are a rootsy rock n’ roll band born and raised in the Santa Cruz Mountains. Influenced by those early surroundings, songwriters Jamie and Kellen Coffis’ blend of folk, blues, R&B and straight-ahead rock is evidence an upbringing spent listening to all of the right records from Tom Petty, Neil Young, and The Beatles.  On their third full-length album, Roll With It, The Coffis Brothers put that rock into overdrive, looking ahead to the good things coming and suffering no fools. First single “You Ain’t Got the Heart” is a barn burner and a fan favorite, having already been part of the band’s live set for a couple of years. “There’s a little bit of that sense of angst and that sort of ‘I don’t need this’ attitude,” says Kellen Coffis, “but don’t overthink this one.”

ABOUT DAVID LUNING- John Prine forced David Luning to drop out of college. Not at gunpoint or anything— the two had never even met—but the effect of hearing the songwriting legend's music for the first time had an equally compelling effect on Luning, who was studying film scoring at the Berklee College of Music in Boston at the time. Now an accomplished artist in his own right, Luning is preparing to release his most dynamic and gripping collection to date, 'Restless,' and he can trace it all back to one fateful night that changed everything. "A couple of friends invited me over to share some songs at their apartment, and that was the first time I'd ever really listened to Americana music or folk or country or whatever you want to call it," remembers Luning. "They showed me John Prine, and it just resonated with me so much. I was like, 'Oh my god, this is what I have to do with my life.' I just figured it out in that moment."

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