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Curtis Glas, Makiisma and Kimberley MacGregor share songs and stories.

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My timing was completely off on Saturday, so missed most of the shows I wanted to see  including Tyrants of Chaos, who just finished  by the time I arrived at the Slice.

Kimberley MacGregor at the Owl Acoustic lounge. photo by Richard Amery
 I caught the main Saturday night  show I wanted to see at the Owl Acoustic Lounge, March 24 — a songwriter in the round featuring Makiisma (Megan Brown), Kimberley MacGregor and Curtis Glas, who usually plays bass with Boots and The Hoots.

 I missed most of this set too, including my favourite Kimberley MacGregor song “Trouble,” but she played some excellent new songs including  a highlight comparing dating to shopping for clothes and trying them on.
 Curtis Glas had the similarly sassy “What She Wants,” from his  “The Hired Guns” EP from a  few years ago.

Curtis Glas, Megan Brown and Kimberley MacGregor. photo by Richard Amery
 The trio provided a contrast in styles with MacGregor’s big, soulful, bluesy voice, the more country and folk of Curtis Glas and Megan Brown’s alternative  folk stylings.

She played guitar on her own songs and added fiddle to the other songs.

 —By Richard Amery,L.A. beat Editor
Last Updated ( Wednesday, 04 April 2018 09:35 )  
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