Lettuce has been lighting up stages for more than 20 years with their soulful sound.Widely known
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was established in the summer of 1992 where at Berklee College in Boston, Massachusetts, all of its members attended a music
program. Brought together by their mutual admiration of funk, the band played together throughout the summer before heading
off in separate directions.
Lettuce eventually cultivated a strong and loyal following, fueled by word of mouth in cities
such as New York, San Francisco, Chicago and Tokyo. In 2001, Lettuce released their first CD, titled, Outta Here, which was
followed by their Live in Tokyo album, recorded at the Blue Note in 2003. In 2008, Lettuce put out their album, Rage! With
influences from Funk's forefathers, Rage!, features versions of Curtis Mayfield's Move on Up and Charles Wright's Express
In 2011, Lettuce played on the Royal Family Ball tour with their brother band, Soulive and accompanied on
select shows by Rashawn Ross of the Dave Matthews Band. It was during this tour that they started playing new songs that would
be featured on their album, which was issued in 2012.
Many of the members of Lettuce have had success in other arenas
of the music industry. Eric Krasno and Neal Evans are members of the jazz/organ trio Soulive along with Sam Kininger and Ryan
Zoidis, who play with Soulive as the Shady Horns. Zoidis is additionally a member of the Rustic Overtones. Erick Coomes is
a studio and touring bass player for such acts like Britney Spears and The Game. Deitch is a producer, who has worked with
the likes of John Scofield and Wyclef Jean, and Smirnoff tours with Robert Randolph and the Family Band.
experiences as individuals have helped us grow in our own direction, be influenced by more things to bring to the table as
a group," Smirnoff said. "When you have that many variables, it's a brand new project every time."
As a group, Lettuce
has blown away audiences from coast to coast with their unyielding groove and hyper-charged soul anthems.
their 20th anniversary, Lettuce has put out their third studio album Fly. Lettuce stepped back into the studio after a long
stint on the road, ranging from The Fillmore in San Francisco to Terminal 5 in New York City, Bear Creek Music Festival to
Camp Bisco and all points in between.
Lettuce has honored their forefathers of funk with an amazing and fresh batch
of road-tested material, that not only goes back to old school sound but puts a totally laid-back vibe in it as well.
title track on Fly is really something that sets these guys apart from the rest. It was recorded all-analog to two-inch tape,
which gives it the full Jamaican Studio treatment, dubbed out with vintage reverb and delay. The sort of thing is "only something
that Funkadelic might have touched on back in the day," said Smirnoff. "It's somewhere between old school and new school,"
Ryan Zoidis said of the sound that was achieved with engineer John Davis.
"We're more together and set to crush than
ever before," said drummer and chief songwriter Adam Deitch.
That much history, along with the A-list projects that
each band member has taken on outside of Lettuce, gives the group such a wide array of boundless possibilities!
Lettuce's studio albums include: Outta Here (2001); Rage! (2008); and Fly (2012). They also have an album,
Live in Tokyo, recorded at the Blue Note in 2003.To hear the songs of Lettuce live, make sure you grab your Lettuce concert
tickets now through StubHub!
As undergraduates at Berklee in 1994, band members attempted
to play at various Boston jazz clubs, walking in and going straight to the club owners and other musicians, and simply asking
if they would "let us play," hence the band's name, Lettuce.
Lettuce Concert Experience
"Lettuce is like
a Learjet that wasn't getting clearance from the tower," said bassist Erick "E.D." Coomes. "But we're done just rolling around
on the runway."Put your seat belts on, your tray tables in their upright position, because this Learjet is ready to take off!
Filled with high-octane energy the band mates of Lettuce are going to take you away on one unforgettable trip!
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