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Junkman’s Quire return to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day early

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Junkman’s Quire played an early St. Patrick’s Day party at the Owl Acoustic Lounge, March 16. The Junkman’s Quire playing the Owl Acoustic Lounge for St. Patrick’s Day. Photo by Richard Amery

It’s been a while since I’ve seen them. It’s been awhile since anybody has seen them, with both Megan Brown and George Fowler both being away on individual trips overseas, so the place was packed as expected, it also being a pre St. Patrick’s Day party.

 I arrived in the middle of a set break with most of the people out smoking in the streets.

 But  the band returned  on fire with a hot set of folk and Celtic music mixed with a touch of jazz music.

There wasn’t a lot of duelling fiddle playing as there usually is in a Junkman’s Quire show, but there was some.

Megan Brown and George Fowler alternated on lead vocals with their band  mates effortlessly changing styles and genres.
They played “ Swing In Five,”a highlight from their debut self titled Cd.

— bY Richard Amery, L.a. Beat Editor
Last Updated ( Wednesday, 27 March 2019 10:03 )  
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