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Shaela Miller Band helps re-open the Slice

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 It is always a pleasure to hear Shaela Miller and her band.Jeremy Floyd Cowper the Truth messenger and the Shaela Miller Band help reopen the Slice. Photo by Richard Amery
 As she was one of the first musicians to play the Slice when they first opened, it was appropriate that she should return for the re-opening. A decent sized Wednesday night crowd had mostly trickled away by the time I arrived for the last hour of their show, Nov. 2. Though there were still approximately 60 people still ready to party on a weeknight when I arrived.

 Miller was joined by husband Ryan “Skinny” Dyck on pedal steel guitar, Tyler Bird on drums, Paul Holden on upright bass and Evan Euschenko playing lead guitar.
 They played  a solid set of gritty country as they called out for shots of tequila to be delivered to the stage.

 Their set included Shaela Milller songs like “Loving Me” and “You Can Call Me Baby,” plus newer songs like  “Sentimental Cowboy” plus some old country  music and some new songs as well including  “Empty Glass,” which is sure to become a future crowd favourite.
 She convinced Jeremy Cowper to join her on stage to lurk in the background of the darkened stage to sing  crowd favourite “Vicious Bitches.”

— By Richard Amery, L.A. Beat Editor
Last Updated ( Wednesday, 09 November 2016 10:15 )  
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