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Andrew Scott returns home for a couple shows

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Andrew Scott returned to Lethbridge for a couple shows. Photo by Richard AmeryIt’s great to have Andrew Scott and his wife Julie back home in Lethbridge for a few days.

 They played a couple gigs for their fans this past week, at the Owl Acoustic Lounge, Jan. 21 and at the Slice  Jan. 20.

 I caught their brief set at the Slice, which was part of a well attended multi-band gala performance organized by Anthony Pittarelli.

 Paul Kype and Texas Flood featuring  Steve Keenan and guests started things off by playing pretty much the same set they played last week, opening with Sweet Home Chicago,” one of Steve Keenan’s originals and Lynard Skynard’s “Simple Man.”

Andrew Scott and his wife Julie set off a barrage of screeching feedback before playing a variety of upbeat alt-country songs including some old Turncoats songs and brought Shaela Miller as well as Kyle Harmon on stage to help harmonize. Paul Kype, Anthony Pittarelli, Shaela Miller and the Barn Burners. Photo by Richard Amery

 Shaela Miller and Paul Kype played a quick set as a duo, beginning with a cool Neko Case song called “Thanks A Lot” followed by one of my favourite Shaela Miller songs — “Manchester.” It was followed by “Half Way in Love,” and Patsy Cline’s “Turn The Cards Slowly.”

 She was joined on stage by a new band called the “Barn Burners,” including Anthony Pittarelli on drums and Jason Schultchen on bass with Paul Kype on guitar, who played a quick set of old country standards including some George Jones.

— By Richard Amery, L.A. Beat Editor
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