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Rebranded Biloxi Parish play new songs as Yarboro

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 It was the same band, with a slightly different  set of music when Yarboro, formerly Biloxi Parish made their debut on the Owl Acoustic Lounge stage, Saturday, May 20, in support of their new EP “ Nights Here Die Without a Sound” they recorded with Taylor Ackerman.

Yarboro at the Owl Acoustic Lounge, May 20. Photo by Richard Amery

The new incarnation of the band have toned down a little, moving in a more laid back, Wilco style alt country/ roots rock direction than straight ahead  rock.


 They are still powered by Zach Passey‘s powerfully plaintive voice.

 Bassist Ben Wattie wore cut off shorts and fishnets as he held down the rhythm in sync with drummer Cole Howg who was fighting with a cymbal stand that kept breaking  until he could borrow a new one. Lead guitarist  Taran Duncan added background and harmony vocals.


 They picked up the tempo for more gritty roots rock to finish their short, but sweet set.

 Yarboro open this summer’s Upside Downtown Concert Series on Thursday, July 6 outside of casa.

— By Richard Amery, L.A. Beat Editor

Last Updated ( Thursday, 25 May 2023 17:38 )  
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