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Simone Felice

by Andrew Tijs on July 11, 2012

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Intense, acclaimed Catskills singer-songwriter, poet and novelist Simone Felice discusses his debut, performing with Mumford members, and more.

As part of The Felice Brothers and The King And The Duke, Simone Felice was already well respected. But the release of his self-titled solo album in 2012 has cemented his profile, the dark fables on the album augmented by haunting choirs, and contributions from his brothers and friends in Mumford & Sons.

We talk to Felice about his brush with death, his daughter’s forthcoming second birthday, his youth as a poet, working with Mumford & Sons members and their forthcoming gigs together, and whether we’ll see another novel soon.

 

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