Lingo, a Kennesaw-based rock and jam band will play at the Loft this Saturday.
The five-piece band has played across the Southeast and describes their sound as something “undefinable but recognizable,” a mixture of acoustic and electric guitar, vocals, bass and percussion.
Their debut album, “Through the Scattered Trees” -- released in January 2009 -- was recorded by Athens producer John Keane, who has also worked with bands like Widespread Panic and R.E.M.
But if you want a better idea of their music before hitting Saturday’s show, the band’s most recent five-song release, Someday, is free to download off of their website.
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They recorded “Someday” in the fall of 2010, shortly after welcoming a new keyboard player and drummer.
The band also recently started podcasting selections from their 2010 shows.
In addition to their original songs, Lingo also has a wide repertoire of covers, including Johnny Cash’s “Ring of Fire” and the theme song to the “Fresh Prince of Bel-Air.”
Tickets are $5 and the show starts after 9 p.m.
Sara Pauff, 706-320-4469