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      CC Presents:\n
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      Days N Daze\n
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      Houstonians Whitney Flynn and Jesse Sendejas formed Days N Daze as a duo in 2008. Since then, they've taken on different musicians to create a full recording and touring band. Presently, the band's rhythm section includes bassist Geoff Bell and percussionist Meagan Melancon. Flynn and Sendejas remain the band's principal songwriters.\n
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      This is not your Grandparents’ folk music. The Bridge City Sinners take folk songs in the direction of a punk rocker. A rowdy folksy mosaic of banjo, violin, guitar, mandolin, upright bass, & ukulele. The Sinners started their journey as a rotating cast of friends in 2016 who just wanted to play music on the streets “busk” in Portland, Oregon. They have transitioned into a powerful force playing festivals in 2018 such as Vans Warped Tour, NW String Summit, the Fest, & Seattle Folklife Festival.\n
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      (New Orleans, LA / Pittsburg, PA)\n
      Far flung from home and steeped in the myriad of their worldly adventures, Holy Locust, in sound, is the embodiment of chaos tamed. Anywhere from street corners in Mexico to pubs in Ireland, they bring a riveting collaboration of acoustic punk, New Orleans jazz and traditional folk music with instrumentation including but not limited to banjo, accordion, cello, fiddle and guitar.\n
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      Crazy & The Brains\n
      (NYC)\n
      PEACE & LOVE\n
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      Far flung from home and steeped in the myriad of their worldly adventures, Holy Locust, in sound, is the embodiment of chaos tamed. Anywhere from street corners in Mexico to pubs in Ireland, they bring a riveting collaboration of acoustic punk, New Orleans jazz and traditional folk music with instrumentation including but not limited to banjo, accordion, cello, fiddle and guitar.\n
      \n
      Crazy & The Brains\n
      (NYC)\n
      PEACE & LOVE\n
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      $16 ADV // $20 DOS
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