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Kirby and Blind Mule have unique take on music

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A small, but mighty audience took in an enjoyable show from John Kirby and Blind Mule  who were back in Lethbridge for the third time in a year, Oct. 29 at the Slice.

John Kirby and Blind Mule. John Kirby began with a heartfelt set of original  folk/ rock tinged songs with a little help from Blind Mule vocalist/guitarist Graham Peaceful who added some tasteful leads. Hamilton folk/ country band Blind Mule played a couple sets, the first originals and the second full of unique interpretations of covers including “Blister in the Sun,” “Bad Moon Rising,” and “the Joker” which utilized one member beatboxing (making drum sounds with his voice). Their arrangements were  different and added their own take on classic hits.

— By Richard Amery L.A. Beat Editor

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