ALO and The Motet performing for 2 days at Crystal Bay Club Casino |

ALO and The Motet performing for 2 days at Crystal Bay Club Casino

ALO and The Motet will be performing two nights at the Crystal Bay Club Casino this weekend.
Provided / Jay Blakesberg | Provided / Jay Blakesberg

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What: The Motet and ALO

When: 9 p.m., Friday and Saturday, Feb. 7-8

Where: Crystal Bay Club Casino Crown Room (14 State Highway 28)

Tickets: $32-35


For two nights experience ALO and The Motet at Crystal Bay Club Casino.

ALO is bringing their California roots sound to the North Shore. Animal Liberation Orchestra, more known as ALO was founded in 1998.

ALO intertwines funk, soul and energetic pop at the upcoming show on the North Shore including the band, The Motet.

ALO is made up by Zach Gill on the keys and vocals. Gill toured with college friend, Jack Johnson.

Dan “Lebo” Lebowitz plays the guitar and does vocals.

Lebowitz played shows with the Grateful Dead’s Phil Lesh.

Other ALO band members include Steve Adams and Dave Brogan.

Although members of the band have done several solo performances, ALO is a close knit group of friends which comes clear through their music.

These shows, on Friday and Saturday, will make you want to dance.

ALO just released a new EP in January called “Creatures.”

The EP was released with Jack Johnson’s recording label Brushfire Records.

There is a free after party in the Red Room with Magic Gravy. Tickets to the show range from $32-35 plus taxes and fees and can be purchased at

For more information visit This show is for ages 21 and older.

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