After a nearly two-year hiatus, the Kansas City blues rock band Trampled Under Foot made up for lost time Friday night in the first of two reunion shows at Knuckleheads. The band, especially vocalist and bassist Danielle Schnebelen, was in fine form in what fans hope will a precursor of more music to come.
After a nearly two-year hiatus, the Kansas City blues rock band Trampled Under Foot made up for lost time Friday night in the first of two reunion shows at Knuckleheads. The band, especially vocalist and bassist Danielle Schnebelen, was in fine form in what fans hope will a precursor of more music to come. File photo
After a nearly two-year hiatus, the Kansas City blues rock band Trampled Under Foot made up for lost time Friday night in the first of two reunion shows at Knuckleheads. The band, especially vocalist and bassist Danielle Schnebelen, was in fine form in what fans hope will a precursor of more music to come. File photo
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Trampled Under Foot kicks off reunion with a rambunctious set at Knuckleheads

July 16, 2016 08:14 AM

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