|Country Like It Should be Sung with Kenny Kens|
|Old School Country with the Brown Bottle Boys|
|Can't Be a Country Band Without One of These!|
|Brian Keeping the Drive Alive|
Unfortunately, I didn't catch the names of the rest of the band. The drummer for the night was perfect, playing a stripped down kit with brushes and a soft touch. During a second set, a fiddle player joined the band and contributed some interesting melody work that perfectly complemented the country sound the band was putting down. A friend of the band sat in on guitar for a couple songs and threw in some more modern rock/blues licks. The night was turning into quite the party as the third set kicked off.
Unfortunately, the long week caught up to me and I had to bow out early. As I was leaving, I saw a couple folks tuning up and some more instrument cases discretely peeking out from under the tables, so I imagine the night turned into a bit of a country throwdown, free-for-all (and if it did, I'll kick myself for months--I had the mandolin in the car....). Feel free to share with your friends. If you want more live, local music information, follow us at www.semibluegrass.com or on Facebook (www.facebook.com/semibluegrass)