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Adyn Townes sings from the heart

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Adyn Townes had a good crowd out on a Wednesday night, April 3 at the Slice, for a night of heartfelt singer songwriteAdyn Townes playing the Slice, April 3. Photo by Richard Ameryr and folk music.

I missed  Tyson Ray Borsboom and Poor Nameless Boy (Joel Henderson)’s opening sets, but caught most of Townes. It has a been a few years, a name change and a musical style change since Townes, aka Andy Brown played Lethbridge.

 He sang  in an appealing tenor voice reminiscent of the likes of Donovan Woods, Dan Mangan and even Paul Simon in place. He and lead guitarist Bruce Rooney, played an upbeat set without a lot of  mid song banter.

 Rooney had a beautiful feel on his instrument, playing perfectly tasteful solos,
They ended with a pretty cover of Bruce Springsteen‘s “ I’m On Fire,” as Townes noted “I hate it when people  ask me to sing when I’m  at a concert, so sing if you want to, or not. You do you.”

— By Richard Amery, L.A. Beat Editor
Last Updated ( Wednesday, 10 April 2019 10:25 )  
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