Twelve years is an eternity in music — and once-inseparable band members often go their separate ways, start families, and find that day jobs have become job-jobs.
Which is why we were so excited to be here at the Linda recently with The Orange, a Capital Region favorite during its initial run from 1998 until disbanding in 2002. It released just one studio recording, 2001’s Big Space Mission, before the breakup.
Now, after more than a decade of hibernation, the group is back together, having recorded new music and taken to the stage once again. The Orange is made up of Ben Karis-Nix, Dan Sorensen, Frank Moscowitz and Levi Jennes.