Two-time winners of the Berklee College Of Music "Battle Of The Executive Bands,", The Loomers once backed John Mellencamp at a party at the 2004 Democratic National Convention. They have performed at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, Fenway Park, The House of Blues, Irving Plaza, The Knitting Factory and CBGBs, among many venues. They have released five albums: Reeling Down A Road (2010), Tomorrow Today (2006), SHINE (2004), Simple As That (1998) and escalation (1997). Their songs have been played on CBS, Cinemax, The CW, MTV, NBC, & PBS.
The Loomers are comprised of JON SVETKEY (acoustic guitar, lead vocals, songs), EVERETT PENDLETON (electric guitar, harmony vocals), JACK CAVALIER (bass guitar, harmony vocals), MICHAEL CAHILL (drums), ROB LAURENS (keyboards), HEATHER QUAY (harmony vocals), and TOM SIMONS (electric guitar).
The Loomers songbook is a trip through the American musical landscape –– infused with the classic sounds of driving rock, heartland folk, rock & soul, and retro-1980s pop –– filled with the joy, hope, sorrow and wonder of growing older. Their cover song list runs from the 1950s through the 1990s and includes everyone from Elvis and Sam Cooke to The Beatles and The Monkees to The Spinners and The Commodores to Bruce Springsteen and U2.
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