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Local prog rockers help celebrate Jeffrey Orriss’ birthday

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It was prog rock night for Jeffrey Orriss’s birthday at the Slice, Jan. 28.
 So three bands, two featuring Orriss on bass,  took turns playing three song sets.
 Lustre Cream, featuring OrrJeffrey Orriss celebrated his birthday with local music. Photo by Richard Ameryiss on bass and vocals had some fun with a tight set of  some of their finger -bleeding crowd favourites. Lustre Cream played  a lot of big, dark, Tool inspired riffs while guitarist Aaron Trozzo and Orriss took turns singing lead.

They took a brief break before Orriss and Lustre Creame drummer Chris Lipinski backed John Greenshields for Big Jim and the Twins’ psychedelic set of mind bending rock.Brenna Lowrie  and AaronTrozzo lent their talents to the Bohemian Cause. Photo by Richard Amery
 Greenshields laid into his screeching wah wah pedal for their groove filled, ear-splittingly loud set of upbeat, experimental rock.

 Lethbridge psychedelic  progressive rock group The Bohemian Cause tweaked their line up for their set by adding Lustre Creame’s Aaron Trozzo on bass as well as Brenna Lowrie on keyboards, which added a ’60s element to their psychedelic sound which relied heavily on ear piecing organ.

— By Richard Amery, L.A. Beat Editor
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