Lingo playing The Pour House with Cedric Burnside Project

Image by Lingo

Lingo, one of the fastest growing bands in the southeast jam circuit will be in town in support of their new release “Rearrange” at The Pour House on Wednesday, April 10.

The components that define Lingo’s sound are familiar to nearly anyone who enjoys music; from ripping guitar solos, African and Latin grooves, elements of jazz and funk, soulful vocals and thoughtful lyrics. The resulting mix is unlike anything else out there and has won the band legions of fans across the southeast.

Lingo has recently shared the stage with Trombone Shorty, Perpetual Groove, Tea Leaf Green, Jimmy Herring (of Widespread Panic), Col. Bruce Hampton, Marco Benevento, Dirty Dozen Brass Band and more.

Jeff Mosier, one of the founding members of Aquarium Rescue Unit said that “It’s the songs and the energy and the retro back in Lingo’s style. Maybe they will let me drive their tour bus in the future. I love Lingo.”

The band’s website has upcoming dates, photos, and bio information on the band members.