The Sinners have finished recording their second album and couldn’t be more eager to share it with their audience nationally. Featuring the music of the core trio, it explores an attitudal range of styles including swing, world folk, funk, and americana that paint an undeniably danceable & diverse musical landscape.
Michael Fierro, Jay Drapes, and Corwin Zekley recorded the album in their new home in Springfield, MO. While focused on the playing of the trio, it includes special appearances on drums, trumpet, accordion, & more, all played by your favorite Sinners.
The album is being released track by track online, and will only be available in its entirety at live shows.
They will be taking “The Cat’s Medicine” on the road for the summer months through the South, West Coast, and middle states of the US. Check the tour calendar below to see your opportunity to catch Snaps for Sinners live in concert!
Steamy ROCKabilly-Swing served Hot & Saucy
Snaps for Sinners is a sassy swing ensemble hellbent on making people dance and have a good time, while also delivering a powerful progressive message that inspires empathy and altruism. With influences ranging from traditional Jazz to Folk-Punk to Country, Snaps for Sinners is dedicated to creating an all-inclusive experience through the blending of multicultural arts.
Since the release of their first album, “How the Apple Falls” and the success of their debut tour from Northern California to North Carolina and back, Snaps for Sinners have been igniting audiences nationally. They are now touring the release of their second album, “The Cat’s Medicine,” which is only available in it’s entirety at their live shows this Summer.
“The Cat’s Medicine” release Tour — summer 2019
“Raised the roof; they nearly blew the door off the place! Booking this band was the best decision ive made so far in 2019; it’s terrible that i can’t book them again until 2020.”
Quoting Joe Seta, booker at the Sequoia Room in Fort Bragg CA (voted top 3 Jazz clubs in the United States) following a sold out performance for SFS’s first time playing there.
just try to find a more versatile band
Having played over 400 shows together, the musicians in Snaps for Sinners have made their performance accessible in almost every imaginable environment. Festivals, punk dives, prestigious jazz clubs, cowboy bars, wineries, senior homes, circuses, weddings and intimate house concerts alike have invited the Sinners in, so don’t be afraid to reach out and see how great a fit they can be for your event.
Jazz & neo-soul
Although regarded mostly as a dance band, SFS also finds inspiration in more intimate, personal and moving musics. Their Instrumental influence and sultry vocal harmonies have time to shine in Jazz listening spaces, such as The Sequoia Room & Esquire Jazz Club, where sold out performances were nonetheless met with hushed and attentive crowds.