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Petunia tries out more new songs with Nathan M Godfrey

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 Petunia shows are always strange, surreal  kind of events, especially when he is trying out new material with long time collaborator Nathan M Godfrey, who he was playing with at the Slice, Jan 25.

Nathan M Godfrey and Petunia playing the Slice, Jan. 25. Photo by Richard Amery
The duo played a gripping set of unusual jazz tinged classic country sounding like Hank Williams busking for dimes on Tin Pan Alley.

 They didn’t have a big an audience as they usually have but it was a respectful size and they sat enraptured throughout the set.
 Petunia showed off his unique warble, often breaking out into yodelling .

 For extra quirkiness, he broke out his kazoo for a solo. Meanwhile Godfrey sat and played tasteful slide guitar solos straight out of the delta.

— by Richard Amery, L.A. Beat Editor
Last Updated ( Sunday, 26 January 2020 18:17 )  
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