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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.”
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