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Revamped Hurtin’ revisit covers and original music

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A good sized crowd caught revamped local country band Hurtin’ playing  country classics and originals at the Slice, Feb. 8.Taylor Ackerman playing with Hurtin’. Photo by Richard Amery

Lead guitarist/ vocals Shael  Pezderic traded lead vocals with rhythm guitarist  / keyboardist  Taylor Ackerman while Danny Dyck  added steel guitar. Ray Banman and Dustin Gergel locked in on bass and drums respectively.

  I only caught one set which included  a lot of honky tonk,  a very cool Doug Sahm song sung by Taylor Ackerman about country turning pop in the ’80s called ‘Oh No, Not Another One.”

 Pezderic sang a catchy original called “Hell for the Company.” They also sang a variety of covers from Ryan Adams and Old Reliable, as well as a few originals.

 The contrast between  Pezderic’s twang, and Ackerman’s more folky voice worked well together.

— By Richard Amery, L.A. Beat Editor
Last Updated ( Wednesday, 19 February 2014 11:10 )  
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