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James Swinney, Chris Drew and Tyson Borsboom play late announced show

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The Slice had to improvise after Shaela Miller had to move her scheduled CD release party to this week due to participating in the Project Wild in Calgary.Chris Drew, james Swinney and Rowan Hill at the Slice. Photo by Richard Amery
 So the Slice brought in some, new, young talent to perform.


 The Decadent Phase frontman  James Swinney looked and sounded like he just stepped out of the ’70s. He sounded eerily like John Denver even while playing Bob Dylan songs.

James Swinney at the Slice. Photo by Richard Amery
 He also  showed some serious fingerpicking skills on the guitar on several original songs.


 He invited Chris Drew of the Crooked  Creek Warblers to add extra harmonies and harmonica to his songs as well as to perform his own songs, which Swinney added harmonies to.

Rowen Hill joined them on stage to add extra harmonies and trumpet on a few songs they wrote together  for a new musical project.
 I missed Tyson Borsboom’s opening set.

— by Richard Amery, L.A. Beat Editor
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Last Updated ( Wednesday, 04 July 2018 11:07 )  
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