Music and love are fickle things. With the November 26 release of their new album, "The Tears", soul-pop singer g’Beau and his eponymous band attempt to tame both with an expanded and expansive backing band and tracks probing the spaces between people.
g’Beau (pronounced “je-bo”), self-bill as “SoulPop” and fit comfortably in the neo-soul movement, which has flagged a bit in recent years, though that doesn’t count against this album, which has some exciting cuts. They’re musicians well versed in a genre that ranges from soft ripples on an acoustic guitar to the sharp punches of a six-person brass section, fronted by a smooth voice at home in falsetto.
All in attendance will receive a free copy of our new CD.