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Zojo Black lets special guests strut their stuff

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I missed local blues trio Zojo Black’s weekend shows  so made a point of being at the Slice, April 26, for a show which  ended up being  an unplugged, freewheeling showcase of local talent.

Greg Gomola and Paul Kype playing an acoustic Zojo Black set. Photo by Richard Amery
 I arrived as Jenn Pellerin, Paul Kype and Steve Keenan were winding up a set of classic rock covers including “Me and Bobby McGee.”

 After that, the audience was treated to a performance of gorgeous classic/ instrumental guitar playing by Tim Mulgrew, who  played beautiful melodies and plenty of chiming harmonics.

 I could only stay for a couple of Zojo Black songs when Greg Gomola rejoined Kype and Keenan.

Tim mulgrew playing  acoustic music. Photo by Richard Amery
 They played a sweet Tragically Hip cover and followed it up with a solid version of CCR’s “ Have You Ever Seen the Rain.”

 Kype sang an amazing version of the Allman Brothers/ Govt. Mule’s “Soulshine” and were just launching in to “Hotel California,” by the time I left.

— by Richard Amery, L.A. beat Editor
Last Updated ( Wednesday, 03 May 2017 10:28 )  
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