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Trimmed down Toques and Beards still rock it

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The Slice had a decent crowd for the New Weather Machine and a trimmed down Toques and Beards.
 While I just missed New Weather Machine, I was interested to hear a trimmed down Toques and Beards including Taylor Ackerman and Brett Skauge trading guitar and bass and Tyler Bird on drums with all three singing lead vocals.

A trimmed down Toques and Beards. Photo by Richard Amery
 They began their set with a couple songs I hadn’t heard before, including the superb ‘Trash’ sung by Ackerman who was also on guitar for this one.


 They even threw in a Dr. Hook cover and then picked up the tempo with a couple upbeat numbers. They work well as a trio though I missed Jason Schultchen’s bass playing and vocals, which gave the band a little something extra.


 They tapped into their country side on a  great cover of David Allan Coe’s ‘Time Off for Bad Behaviour.’ Then they tapped into a set of more Sadies style psychedelic country rock featuring music from their CDs.

— By Richard Amery, L.A. Beat Editor
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