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Suburbia was originally formed as a cover band back in 2000. Jeff and Lou had performed as a keyboard and guitar duo in Long Island area clubs and restaurants during the 1990’s and by the end of that decade the guys decided to add pre-recorded backing tracks to their performances to enable them to get bookings as a rock band.
In 2002, Jeff and Lou decided to take the original demos they had worked on over the years to the next level. Lou’s LGC Recording Studio was upgraded to enable the band to produce their first CD entitled, “Talk Is Cheap” released in 2005.
Meanwhile, by 2003, Jeff’s son Aaron had matured into a talented lead guitar player. He was given a chance to show what he could do on the tunes on “Talk Is Cheap,” and soon became the third member of Suburbia for live gigs as well.
April 1, 2011 saw the release of Suburbia’s second CD, “Hole In The Road.” The eleven songs were all written for this recording.
And finally, early 2017 has seen the release of the band’s third, full-length CD, “Destination Unknown.” This recording includes nine brand new tracks, a re-make of “Why Can’t We Be Together” from the “Talk is Cheap” CD, and, for the first time, a cover of one of the most beloved pop songs off all time, “Over the Rainbow.” Go to our “Shop” page and click the iTunes or cdbaby link to sample and purchase.










Jeff Cohen: Lead Vocals, acoustic 12-string and electric rhythm guitars, background vocals
Lou Comito: Keyboards, drums, background vocals
Aaron Cohen: Lead Guitar

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