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Bears in Hazenmore add layers to Megan Nash 's music

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There was a lot happening on Saturday night, so I was racing all over the place to catch as much as I could, June 3.

 Bears in Hazenmore and Megan Nash playing the Owl Acoustic lounge, June 3. Photo by Richard Amery
 One show I didn’t want to miss was Megan Nash playing with fellow Saskatchewanites Bears In Hazenmore.

 Bears in Hazenmore played their own set of appealing indie rock music featuring trumpet and some excellent vocal harmonies which really shone during a set ending  version of the beach Boys hit “Kokomo,” which had a good sized crowd singing along.

The Bears’ vocal harmonies from  guitarist Brady Frank and Tanner Wilhelm hale and guitarist  Darnell Stewart plus Dalton Lam’s  trumpet and Dana Rempel’s saxophones gave Megan Nash’s music a massive sound, especially the vocals, which added a whole new dimension to her usually brand of heartfelt, plaintive singer songwriter material like “Bad Poet” and Seeker,” which were highlights I heard.

 They ended their show just before midnight with a song about “mistakes,” but were called back to play an encore of some Fleetwood Mac.

— By Richard Amery, L.a. Beat Editor
Last Updated ( Wednesday, 14 June 2017 10:44 )  
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