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Barracuda Orchestre and Bubba Tres play expected weirdness

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Bubba Tres and Sonis McAllister Orchestre played their expected sets of weirdness at the Owl Acoustic Lounge, June 24.Bubba Tres dressed like prisoners, June 24. Photo by Richard Amery
I arrived near the end of a tight, upbeat jazz tinged set from the Barracuda Orchestra featuring a lot of saxophone, some sweet violin from Kelsey Jesperson and a lot of percussion and rhythm.

The Barracuda Orchestre. Photo by Richard AmeryThey had a good sized audience enjoying the show.

 Bubba Tres and his band dressed in prisoner orange jumpsuits played an upbeat set of unusual music mixed with a little poetry including a variety of instruments including a ukulele, a French horn, synthesizer, a megaphone, a twisted cover of “Like A Virgin,” and a few bars of Black Sabbath.

— By Richard Amery, L.A. Beat Editor
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Last Updated ( Wednesday, 29 June 2011 11:49 )  
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