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Kingston’s Kasador brings close core of fans to Slice

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 Kingston based indie rock band Kasador played  an intimate  set for an enthusiastic but intimate audience a the Slice,Wednesday, April 24. They had dedicated fans in the front row, calling out requests for their favourite Kasador songs.

Kasador and The Wilderness  jamming at the Slice, April 24. Photo by Richard Amery

 I missed opening act fellow Kingstonites  the Wilderness, but they joined Kasador on  stage for an  encore a showing off some fine saxophone soloing on  an upbeat cover of Calum Scott/ Robyn’s “I Keep Dancing On my Own.”



 Kasador’s frontman had a Myles Goodwyn style tenor  voice. They showed a variety of indie rick and classic rock influences. At first they reminded me of the Alan parsons Project, a little of 21 Pilots.


 They picked up the tempo on a cover of Blue Rodeo’s “ Rose Coloured Glasses, and played a few audience request for “ Younger Days.” “ Quit Your Cryin’,” and “ Squeeze.”

 — BY Richard Amery, L.A. Beat Editor

Last Updated ( Friday, 03 May 2024 11:30 )  
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