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The Void unplugged lets Jon Vornbrock show off his singing

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An unplugged show by Lethbridge  metal band The Void was somewhat lost in translation at the Owl Acoustic Lounge, Saturday, June 16.Jon Vornbrock plays Void songs acoustically. Photo by Richard Amery
 They have released a new  “This is not a Blu-Ray” unplugged CD out called the Void Unplugged in a big blu-ray case.


“These are songs I recorded in my bedroom a few years ago,” explained  Void frontman Jon Vornbrock to a full house at the Owl.


 He played  the CD  acoustically on his own showing he can be the sensitive, melodic songwriter as well as he can scream his head off like he does in the Void. He sent out a newer one to his newborn son as well before the electrified Void joined him for their second set.


 Before them, Redrum Triumph, aka Steve Foord and  Kelsey Jesperson played their typically strong yet spooky set of violin and mandolin powered folk music.

— By Richard Amery, L.A. Beat Editor

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Last Updated ( Wednesday, 20 June 2012 14:22 )  
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