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About Luke Warm and the Cool Hands
Your buddies LWATCH have been playing bluegrass music in and around the Twin Cities since 2009. Come join us sometime; PJ will buy you a beer.
The fearless namesake, Luke (Warm) Kaster, plays the Dog House Bass whilst dancing like Ray Charles on Nyquil in a corduroy suit. Banjo-man Mattayboi Kaster, on Lead Vocals, dresses like an engineer and dances like a steam-piston. Johnny Aloysius Poquette plays a 6-string Seagull guitar and sings as high-and-lonesome as his french-canadian roots. Charley Batko fancies himself a renaissance man playing no less than 3 instruments each show: Mandolin, Fiddle, and Accordion. When he’s not farming, current hair champ Michael Periolat is playin’ the Lead Guitar and singing glorious harmonies. And finally Curtis T Wilson, official MC and laundrist, plays the washboard and will cue you when to “Snowball.”
The Del McCoury Band welcomed guitarist Billy Strings for a pair of songs on Friday at the Whimmydiddle Country Music Festival in Hamilton, Ohio.
Aaron Schafer of the Osiris Podcast network’s ‘No Simple Road’ profiles fellow Osiris podcast, ‘Daddy Scripted Podcast.’
Acclaimed singer-songwriter Arlo Guthrie started plotting dates for his “20/20 Tour Featuring Alice’s Restaurant” in early-2020.
The Okeechobee Music & Arts Festival returns in March 2020 after a one-year hiatus.
Joe Russo’s 200th Joe Russo’s Almost Dead concert on Saturday at Frost Amphitheater in Palo Alto featured a pair of debuts, special guest Stuart Bogie on the whole show as well as a full horn section on the finale.