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Richard Inman tells stories and sings new songs

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Richard Inman returned to  the Owl Acoustic Lounge, Jan. 6 to play a solid, heartfelt set of original music for an enthusiastic  audience.

He told stories about playing gigs in rural Ontario and finally relocating in Central Alberta, noting you can get physical copies of his CDs on,  and sang in a big baritone reminiscent of  country star Travis Tritt.Richard Inman singing heartfelt songs, Jan. 6. Photo by Richard Amery

He was backed by a steel guitar player and lead guitarist for most of his set, but played a few newer songs on his own.

He sang a lot of sadder songs, but picked added a couple more optimistic numbers.

 In addition to his own material, he also played an excellent cover of Ray Wylie Hubbard’s “Drunken Poets Dream.”

 The Crooked Creek Warblers were also on the bill, but I missed their set.

— By Richard Amery, L.a. beat Editor
Last Updated ( Wednesday, 17 January 2018 09:19 )  
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