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Kane Incognito returns with new music and vocal harmonies

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I had to cut the Biloxi Parish’s CD release party short because I needed a break from the crowd. I caught the end of an upbeat set of keyboard powered pop from Saskatoon duo Too Soon Monsoon who played a lilting set of appealing pop music, Sept. 22 at the Slice.

Kane Incognito playing the Slice. photo by Richard Amery
Too Soon Monsoon at the Slice. Photo by Richard Amery Medicine Hat rock foursome Kane Incognito returned after that. They played a set of upbeat ’90s tinged alternative rock. They started off with a funky number which showed off excellent multi-part  vocal harmonies.

 They played another slower number which reminded me of  Fleetwood Mac’s “Landslide.”

At the end of their set, the band all surrounded the lead singer and his acoustic guitar which drew a lot of applause.

 A highlight was “Devil’s Gold.”

— by Richard Amery, L.A. beat Editor
Last Updated ( Wednesday, 03 October 2018 09:23 )  
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