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Robert
February 22nd 2019
Great tribute band. The show was very good.I will go see them again.
Grapevine, Texas@
Tolbert's
Sandra
October 5th 2016
the performance was absolutely breathtaking and outstanding. the attention to the detail was unbelievable down to the Hammond B3 organ the ee gets hard the driver and the percussionist the bassist was awesome. American canvas are becoming a thing of the past, and I'm so happy that they have chosen this genre of music to bring back to life.
Grapevine, TX@
Tolberts
Carrie
January 24th 2016
Schroomville sounded great and had the crowd moving and grooving.
Sachse, TX@
Brick Tavern
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About Schroomville-A Tribute to The Allman Brothers Band

So you really want to know how it all got started do you?

Well.................

Schroomville started as a Monday night jam session among friends. A casual meeting of the minds to bleed off the stress of the day jobs with music. Good old Rock n Roll music. They went from a trio, to a quartet, to a five piece, each time adding a really good player to the group. Before long it was apparent that they needed to get this thing in front of an audience again. All of them had decades of experience, both playing and performing, and the performance bug is a very difficult one to shake.

As their songlist grew, they noticed that it was heavy on Allman Brothers tunes. They lent themselves to the groups instrumentation and temperament quite well. The very nature of the ABB songs and sound was one of open improvisation and never playing a song the same way twice. This allows Schroomville to be a tribute band and still interject a great deal of personal creativity. After working up about 2 hours worth, they decided to go all in, and the result is what you see today. Schroomville - A Tribute to the Allman Brothers.

As for the name? Schroomville. Take note of the "C". Look at an ABB album cover. Thar be shrooms all over the place.

Play on words? Yes.

Incorrect spelling of 'Shroom? Yes.

Psychotropic drug reference? Not unless you have a guilty conscience.

Come on out and hang with us folks. Drink, eat, dance, talk, flirt, groove. You know. Get your Schroom on !
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Genres:
Allman Brothers Band Tribute
Band Members:
David Opalecky - Guitar and Vocals, Gary Kelly - Keyboards, David Porter - Drums, Gavin Perry - Bass and Vocals, Danny Cisco Kid Cortez - Percussion, Randy Hudson -Guitar and Vocals
Hometown:
Fort Worth, Texas

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Send a request to Schroomville-A Tribute to The Allman Brothers Band to play in your city
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Schroomville-A Tribute to The Allman Brothers Band's tour

Fan Reviews

Robert
February 22nd 2019
Great tribute band. The show was very good.I will go see them again.
Grapevine, Texas@
Tolbert's
Sandra
October 5th 2016
the performance was absolutely breathtaking and outstanding. the attention to the detail was unbelievable down to the Hammond B3 organ the ee gets hard the driver and the percussionist the bassist was awesome. American canvas are becoming a thing of the past, and I'm so happy that they have chosen this genre of music to bring back to life.
Grapevine, TX@
Tolberts
Carrie
January 24th 2016
Schroomville sounded great and had the crowd moving and grooving.
Sachse, TX@
Brick Tavern
View More Fan Reviews

About Schroomville-A Tribute to The Allman Brothers Band

So you really want to know how it all got started do you?

Well.................

Schroomville started as a Monday night jam session among friends. A casual meeting of the minds to bleed off the stress of the day jobs with music. Good old Rock n Roll music. They went from a trio, to a quartet, to a five piece, each time adding a really good player to the group. Before long it was apparent that they needed to get this thing in front of an audience again. All of them had decades of experience, both playing and performing, and the performance bug is a very difficult one to shake.

As their songlist grew, they noticed that it was heavy on Allman Brothers tunes. They lent themselves to the groups instrumentation and temperament quite well. The very nature of the ABB songs and sound was one of open improvisation and never playing a song the same way twice. This allows Schroomville to be a tribute band and still interject a great deal of personal creativity. After working up about 2 hours worth, they decided to go all in, and the result is what you see today. Schroomville - A Tribute to the Allman Brothers.

As for the name? Schroomville. Take note of the "C". Look at an ABB album cover. Thar be shrooms all over the place.

Play on words? Yes.

Incorrect spelling of 'Shroom? Yes.

Psychotropic drug reference? Not unless you have a guilty conscience.

Come on out and hang with us folks. Drink, eat, dance, talk, flirt, groove. You know. Get your Schroom on !
Show More
Genres:
Allman Brothers Band Tribute
Band Members:
David Opalecky - Guitar and Vocals, Gary Kelly - Keyboards, David Porter - Drums, Gavin Perry - Bass and Vocals, Danny Cisco Kid Cortez - Percussion, Randy Hudson -Guitar and Vocals
Hometown:
Fort Worth, Texas

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