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Eisenhauers play pretty folk and roots music

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Kaslo B.C. couple the Eisenhauers played an excellent set of addictive roots music for a decent sized and attentive audience of 20, Monday, May 29 at the Slice.

The Eisenhauers’ Jeremy Eisenhauer and Sheree Plett performing at the Slice, May 29. Photo by Richard Amery
 The show started early, so I missed most of it, but caught the essence of beautiful vocal harmonies and tender acoustic guitar and banjo picking.

 They played a Gillian Welch cover and a cover of folk classic “Rock of Ages,” but most of the set was dedicated to the music from their  debut CD “The Road We Once Knew.”

Of these a highlights was “Thank You For the Years” which showed off Jeremy Eisenhauer‘s banjo chops and Sheree Plett’s beautifully plaintive voice.

 They wound things down with a slower, beautiful number “ Behind those Grey Clouds.”

— By Richard Amery, L.A. Beat Editor
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