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Doggone Brothers sing country harmonies

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 The Owl Acoustic Lounge was packed  for an entertaining show from Fernie folk duo the Doggone Brothers, Sept. 6.

The Doggone Brothers entertain at the Owl. Photo by Richard Amery
 Featuring Clayton Parsons, formerly of the Good Ol’ Goats and of Clayton and Joelle and Michael Hepher, the duo played a lot of classic country music and  original music which sounded like classic country.

 As usual, most of the crowd was chattering amongst themselves, but the duo soldiered on, attempting to get them sing along.

 They played a lot of traditional country music and  a few originals including “Fishing With you,” from their debut Ep.

 Parsons played some pleasant guitar picking before switching to banjo for a few songs. Together they sang sweet harmonies.

 They called it a night with  a rousing version of “6 Days on the Road.”

— By Richard Amery, L.A. Beat Editor
Last Updated ( Thursday, 12 September 2019 18:15 )  
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