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Shaela Miller and the Uncas excellent

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The Slice had a great show with Red Ram, featuring former members of the Uncas who entertained approximately 40 people, Nov. 14. They  took the stage around 10 p.m. with an exuberant set of roots rock which featured an Uncas cover, some material from their new CD which won’t be released until next year and  some older material.Shaela Miller and the Switchmen’s steel guitarist. Photo By Richard Amery
 The Shaela Miller Threesome were up next with a special surprise — Sean Brewer and the Switchmen’s steel guitarist who added a few extra textures to Miller’s unique country roots music. The addition of pedal steel also added a whole different traditional element to her music.
 She was in fine form and held the stage like a pro, but the band really came together  during the last half of the set which  included Miller favourites like “Vicious Bitches,” “ Lonely” and “A Friend In You,” plus her song which won the South Country Fair songwriting contest, “Loving Me.” She also played a couple Johnny Cash classics including “Cry,Cry,Cry,” which kept the crowd dancing.
— By Richard Amery, L.A. Beat Editor
Last Updated ( Saturday, 21 November 2009 13:24 )  
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