Sons of Fathers
Guitarist David Beck and double-bassist Paul Cauthen's exquisite Everly Brothers harmonies are the special sauce that sells these Texas boys' harder-rocking barbecue. Their second Lloyd Maines-produced album is yet another basket of surprises, with country-rocking laments rubbing up against guitar-driven ravers. They're a great live band, too, with sex appeal reminiscent of Chris Isaakonly Texan.
Wed., April 24, 6:30 p.m., 2013
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