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Comin’ Home The Band is Tone and Amberle Madden, Husband and wife, who play heartfelt acoustic bluesy rock. The songs are steeped in soul and emotion. They started playing around Central Florida in 2016, makin' waves and a name for themselves locally. Since then they have been touring regionally; through 6 different states so far; from Florida to as far as Washington State. With them comes a large selection of fine art and hand made jewelry and other diy artsy merch, along with traditional merchandise. They travel with their 10 year old daughter, roadie and merch girl, Rogue. They are a traveling, bohemian family band!
On April 18th, Jason Brubaker, their Drummer died tragically. Since then they are back to their roots; acoustic. Rest in Peace.
Amberle Madden- Lead Vocals, Lyricist
Tony Madden- Guitar, and vocals
Rogue Madden- Roadie, merch girl and general badass 10 year old
In the years that they have been a band, they have gained almost 1,900 monthly listeners on Spotify and 3.6k followers on Facebook. They have played hundreds of shows, released a live album that was recorded live on air on 88.5 FM WMNF Tampa, released a full band studio album, 'ALL IN' (April 2020), and released two fully acoustic albums, 'Wide Open' (August 2020) and 'Yet Here We Are' (August 2021) and have been finding supporters all along the way including monthly support from their dedicated patrons on patreon.com.
They are set to start recording their 5th full length album in September!
Amberle and Tony Madden, originally from Spokane, WA, started writing songs in 2014. They sold their house and most everything they owned that wouldn’t fit into an RV and in 2015, headed south for Florida, where they have family so they could follow their dreams and get their band rollin’!
Amberle and Tony have been rockin' all over the region since then, both acoustically and as a full band. Not only do they rock, but they are professional, respectful, punctual and have a sterling reputation.
"We take pride in being team players. Together we can make live music thrive!"