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The Orange Opera

The Orange Opera’s whimsical power pop is basically created by singer/songwriter Kevin Hambrick, who founded the band while maintaining a concurrent solo career in the first 2000s. Hailing from Feet. Wayne, IN, the quartet funneled an gratitude for E.L.O., Badfinger, as well as the Beatles right into a somewhat more contemporary framework, replete with lyrics on the subject of ice cream shops and football video games. The mixture helped make the Orange Opera a local following, as well as the four bandmates — bassist Bryan Brubaker, guitarist Michael Ostermeyer, drummer Kevin Hockaday, and multi-instrumentalist Hambrick — backed their art with a small number of self-financed produces, like the 2008 work Ant Muscle.

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