“Sunny” seems to be about the only word that can be used to describe the debut album, “Tomorrow is Alright”, from the cheerful San Francisco-based group, Sonny and The Sunsets. Based around front man Sonny Smith–a singer/songwriter, author, playwright, and director–the group seems impossible to place in any one genre, or even one decade, for that matter. They ooze a beach-pop sunshine that you would expect from a group of communal hippies who decided they should make a folk group. Then there’s that one guy in the band who’s a huge Beach Boys fan and insists on using them as inspiration on a song or two. The result? An album that sends out plenty of “good vibrations”. In fact, Sonny’s album is so sun-drenched that you’ve got to know when it’s time to head in for fear of burning.