Orion Free Concert Series: Thee Sinseers
Concert begins at 7:00PM sharp.
2023 Orion Free Concert Series at Overton Park Shell. Picnic baskets, beverages, blankets, and lawn chairs are always welcome. We also offer food and beverage for sale in our ShellEats community area. Dogs on a leash are welcome in designated areas. Overton Park Shell is a nonsmoking facility.
*A live interpreter will be available in partnership with DeafConnect of the Mid-South.
About the artist:
Thee Sinseers are a powerhouse of soul and R&B; evocative of their hometown of East L.A.’s Friday evening cruises, Saturday night backyard boogies, and Sunday afternoon barbecues that helped shape a resurgence and interest in this modern wave of soul music. Led by multi-instrumentalist, producer, and singer-songwriter Joseph Quiñones, Thee Sinseers features a full band that includes a 3 piece horn section (Eric Johnson [Tenor Sax] Steve Surman [Baritone Sax] and Joseluis Jimenez [Trombone]), sweet vocal harmonies (Adriana Flores, Bryan Ponce, Luis Carpio), and a tight rhythm section (Christopher Manjarrez [bass], Francisco Flores [guitar], Bryan Ponce [guitar], and Luis Carpio [drums]). Thee Sinseers worked with Colemine Records in 2019 to release a 7″ single (It Was Only a Dream/I Don’t Mind) and are currently working with the label on a full length LP, expected in 2023. The band also released a 7″ single of their viral hit “Seems Like” with the renowned Brooklyn based label, Daptone records, under their Penrose Records imprint. The single was later included on the “Penrose Records Vol. 1” compilation released in early 2022.