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Yarboro and Charlie marks rock the roots at the Owl

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It was all about the rock, roots rock that is with an excellent double bill of Charlie Marks and the Spineless Cowards with Yarboro at the Owl Acoustic Lounge, Saturday, Feb.24.

 Charlie Marks and  the Spineless Cowards played a solid set of roots rock like a mellower Yarboro.

 

Yarboro at the Owl Acoustic lounge, Feb. 24. Photo by Richard Amery

The frontman, wearing a Yarboro short,  was introducing a song about my home town , Crossfield, which was pretty cool to hear.

 The had a close to capacity crowd primed and ready for Yarboro.

 

 Yarboro trimmed down to a four piece, featuring frontman Zach Passey, played their usual set of high energy roots rock.

Charlie Marks and the Spineless Cowards at the Owl Acoustic lounge. photo by Richard Amery

 

 They started off slowly, in the vein of Charlie Mark and  the Spineless Cowards.

 

They picked up the tempo and the energy as Passey knocked off his glasses in the throes of passion for the music.

 

 I missed an opening set by Elish Lazenby.

— by Richard Amery, L.A. Beat Editor

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Last Updated ( Friday, 01 March 2024 17:03 )  
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