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Hurtin’ play plenty of hurting country for PBR bull riding weekend

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 PBR bull riding took over the Enmax Centre, so country music was the order  of the weekend.

 There was a line up outside Coyote Joes for the second show from country musician Julian Austin on Saturday, March 4, so I went to the Slice to check out some local country talent- Hurtin’.

Hurtin’ bringing the country spirit to the Slice, March 4. Photo by Richard Amery
Vocalist/ Guitarist Shael Pezderic, bassist/vocalist Keenan Pezderic, drummer Dustin Gergel and steel guitarist Danny Dyck always put on a good show. There was plenty of twang, sighing steel guitar and a lot of energy.

 They were in a ’70s and ’80s country mood, playing “9 to 5“ pretty much as soon as I arrived. They also added some George Strait, classic country like “White line Fever, ” the Band’s “ The Night they Drove old Dixie Down” which showed off their vocal harmonies.
The Pezderic  brothers took turn singing lead vocals and harmonies.

I enjoyed a Marty Stuart song called “Tempted” as well as “Driving My Life Away.”

 — By Richard Amery, L.A. Beat Editor
Last Updated ( Wednesday, 15 March 2017 14:23 )  
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