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Hollerin’ Pines provide vocal harmonies and laid back folk

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 For something a little more laid back than the upbeat modern rock at Backstreet South, Winnipeg roots band Hollerin’ Pines provided the perfect foil.Hollerin’ Pines playing laid back folk. Photo by Richard Amery
They sang beautiful vocal harmonies s they added guitar, ukulele and a little more.

Their fiddle player sat behind the band, a s they stepped aside to let him solo, his artificial leg tapping along the the beat of the drummer who sat behind them all, seated on a a cajon as he crashed on a couple cymbals.

They sang folksy melodies with a touch of Celtic music, sounding like a jug band from Newfoundland.
 Their second last song, “Please Don’t Bury Me,” sounded a little like Elliott Brood.

—By Richard Amery, L.A. Beat Editor
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Last Updated ( Wednesday, 22 August 2012 16:32 )  
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