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Queen of the Worms show more straight ahead rock and roll side

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I always look forward to the return of  Edmonton rock trio Tallest to Shortest, but missed most of what was a great show, Saturday, May 26 at the Slice.
 I also missed Taylor Ackerman’s Global Acid Reset, but look forward to heating them play again.

 I was glad to catch a  rare performance by Tyler Bird’s band Queen of the Worms, including Bird on guitar and vocals, bassist Paul Holden and drummer Clayton Smith.Queen of the Worms returned to the Slice last week. photo by Richard Amery

 The band has undergone a slight modification of sound since I last heard them, moving from heavier alternative rock to a more accessible, alt country tinged rock and roll.

 They played a tight set which had most of the good sized crowd dancing within a few songs.

 They were called back for an encore of the always popular “Pussy on Wheels.”

— By Richard Amery, L.A Beat
Last Updated ( Wednesday, 06 June 2018 13:40 )  
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