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Quincy Mumford & The Reason Why at The Korova on Wednesday

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Quincy Mumford & The Reason Why began their six week headlining tour last month and are playing more than 30 shows across the United States. In select cities they will also be holding a “Super Jam” in which they invite local musicians to join them onstage for a funky jam session. During these jam sessions the band will cover soul and funk classics from Michael Jackson to James Brown. This week they are bringing the tour to San Antonio where they will be playing at The Korova on Wednesday July 23, 2014 at 9p.m.

Quincy Mumford & The Reason Why is a band from New Jersey that plays a combination of pop, funk, rock and reggae fronted by 21 year old singer/songwriter Quincy Mumford. He credits his style of music to growing up in a New Jersey shore town near Asbury Park, New Jersey. Their debut album ‘Quincy Mumford’ was released in 2008 and was followed the next year by ‘South Edgemere.’ It was that same year that Mumford won three Asbury Music Awards including Best Male Acoustic Act and as a band they won album of the year for ‘South Edgemere’ and Song of the Year for ‘Can’t Break Free.’

In 2012 they released a live album titled ‘Live At The Saint’ which captures the band’s live sound and features songs from previous albums. It includes a DVD that contains concert footage, interviews with the band, a documentary and much more. Their latest release ‘Its Only Change’ was released last year and has different emotions and musical styles and heralds a new musical direction for Quincy and the band.

Memers of Quincy Mumford & The Reason Why include Quincy Mumford (vocals, guitar), Nick Iannelli (bass, vocals), Mike Zdeb (lead guitar, vocals), David Vossel (drums) and Karlee Bloomfield (keys, vocals).

Who:
Quincy Mumford & The Reason Why

Where:
The Korova
107 E Martin
San Antonio, TX 78205
(210) 995-7229

When:
Wednesday July 23, 2014

Time:
9p.m.

Tickets:
$10

Source: Rachel Miller

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