“There’s a saying: If you can’t dance together, how do we build together?”
Country twang is making its way to the California Mid-State Fair this summer, with two big names in country being added to the current list of set performers.
Local folk-alternative band History of Painters played its last show as a band this past Friday night at Kreuzberg, CA.
The female duo’s overlapping harmonies swirl through Bon Temps Creole Cafe, commingling with the steam piping off big, white bowls of gumbo.
The walls of the musty record store’s back room are a hodgepodge timeline, adorned with 12-inch album covers and moments of musical history frozen on posters. Spectators — roughly 6 years old to middle-aged — flood in and gather in front of the stage, ready for Josh Cody and Justin Hooper to perform.