In a recent recording for NPR Music Live Sessions, Tennis Performs 'Modern Woman' at Indie 102.3 outside of Denver, Colorado.
Tennis is an American indie pop band from Denver made up of husband-and-wife duo Alaina Moore and Patrick Riley. During their first tour, James Barone joined the band on drums. The couple met each other while studying philosophy in college, and started the band after they got back from a seven-month sailing expedition down the Eastern Atlantic Seaboard. They took their name from a joke about Patrick Riley playing tennis in college. Prior to joining Tennis, Moore's earliest singing experience was in church choirs during her youth. - Read more at NPR Music Live Sessions.
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