Ally Lubera Band is a roots rock band from Nashville, Tennessee. The ensemble was originally the brainchild of Lubera, a touring solo songwriter who has opened for Bon Jovi and has been recognized by the National YoungArts Foundation. After months of informal collaboration, Lubera realized the unparalleled musical chemistry that was occurring in Nashville's living rooms, classrooms and bars. Combining some of her favorite young musicians, this ensemble is Lubera's sonic vignette of sorts, capturing the collective spirit that fuels Music City.
Ally Lubera Band's musical style is a collage of influences from all of the members, featuring a unique blend of three part folk harmonies, bluegrass fiddle, a southern rock B3 and blues electric guitar. Their debut releases, "Isabel" and "Ravens Cry," were produced and recorded by GRAMMY Award-winning engineer, Chad Brown. The live recordings and videos have been praised for highlighting the band's high energy performance style, vocal blend and instrumental prowess.
Ally Lubera Band includes Ally Lubera on lead vocals/lead guitar, Daniel Fiamengo on vocals/organ, Molly Lutz on vocals/bass, Tia Hyatt on drums, Sean McHugh on acoustic guitar, and Bailey Warren on fiddle.