The Harmed Brothers: Friday, Aug. 15, at Davey’s Uptown Ramblers Club....The handmade music of the Harmed Brothers doesn’t merely provide a temporary sanctuary from processed commercial sounds. When contrasted with the aching sincerity of the Harmed Brothers, many Americana ensembles seem crass. Without the exceptional song craft of Missouri-born Ray Vietti and his musical partner Alex Salcido, the output of the Portland-based men would merely resemble an inspired back porch hootenanny. The Harmed Brothers’ immediately engaging “Beast of the North West” is the type of rustic song that propelled Mumford & Sons to stardom. The Kansas City honky-tonk band the Blue Boot Heelers is among Friday’s opening acts. The cover charge is $7.....
The Harmed Brothers: Friday, Aug. 15, at Davey’s Uptown Ramblers Club....The handmade music of the Harmed Brothers doesn’t merely provide a temporary sanctuary from processed commercial sounds. When contrasted with the aching sincerity of the Harmed Brothers, many Americana ensembles seem crass. Without the exceptional song craft of Missouri-born Ray Vietti and his musical partner Alex Salcido, the output of the Portland-based men would merely resemble an inspired back porch hootenanny. The Harmed Brothers’ immediately engaging “Beast of the North West” is the type of rustic song that propelled Mumford & Sons to stardom. The Kansas City honky-tonk band the Blue Boot Heelers is among Friday’s opening acts. The cover charge is $7..... Submitted photo
The Harmed Brothers: Friday, Aug. 15, at Davey’s Uptown Ramblers Club....The handmade music of the Harmed Brothers doesn’t merely provide a temporary sanctuary from processed commercial sounds. When contrasted with the aching sincerity of the Harmed Brothers, many Americana ensembles seem crass. Without the exceptional song craft of Missouri-born Ray Vietti and his musical partner Alex Salcido, the output of the Portland-based men would merely resemble an inspired back porch hootenanny. The Harmed Brothers’ immediately engaging “Beast of the North West” is the type of rustic song that propelled Mumford & Sons to stardom. The Kansas City honky-tonk band the Blue Boot Heelers is among Friday’s opening acts. The cover charge is $7..... Submitted photo
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