LA Littlebear Band Present ‘On the way to the Forum’
New Album Out Now
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Sydney, Australia – January 28, 2017 – The man behind LA Littlebear Band, Leo Auciello, poured more than his heart into his 2016 release, On the way to the Forum. He did just about everything on his own from his own backing vocals to playing a multitude of instruments. A project that showcases his immense talent, Leo has received high praise for his work thus far with internet airplay, a healthy amount of streams via Bandcamp and a great dose of fan responses from around the globe. Leo’s happy with what LA Littlebear Band has done, but is ready to take things to the next level.
On the way to the Forum is a lengthy record, 16-songs deep, with every word written by Leo himself. Each bringing something new to the table. A mix of rock and roll, folk and some acoustics tossed into the mix, LA Littlebear Band gives a well-rounded performance through and through. Presently Leo putting the final touches on putting together a new band to help him with a new album, The Tales of Edmund Countkronus.
Already mastered, it’s almost ready to be pressed, but when that time comes, Leo wants to perform it live – hence him seeking out new bandmates to join him onstage to insure the sound of the album comes across justly on the stage. Right now he’s got a trio of fine gentlemen on board including Gypsy Stone and Rumblefish’s Jak Khouri, drummer Filipe Hansen who had some success down in Brazil who is also a good friend of Leo’s.
Those in the Sydney area who are interested in joining Leo for the next chapter of his career can get in touch via the information provided below.
Leo Auciello is the man behind Australia’s LA Littlebear Band. With one album having received high praise, and another on the way titled The Tales of Edmund Countkronus.
The LA Littlebear Band