'Like what would happen if Tom Petty met Yo-yo Ma at a Drum circle.' This is just one of the many ways people have described the eclectic sound of Nobody, et al. Blending cello, acoustic guitar, ethnic percussion and clarinet, this acoustic quartet is poised to take Columbus by storm. Seth Phillips, the singer and guitarist, is a child of the folk-rock genre. Cellist Meghan Western is classically trained in the art of Baroque classical music. Melissa Sweigart infuses a love of indie rock, channeled through the warm purr of her clarinet, and Jeffrey White transfers his rock and jazz percussion skills through a self-built drum kit made of hand- and world-percussion. Nothing, etc. Is the third album by this unique band, and it projects a good sense of what these musicians are capable of. They can alternately make the listener cry, dance, shiver, and smile. Sometimes all at once. Nobody, et al. Is definitely worth checking out.