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Concert photos: Band of Heathens at the Old Rock House, Sunday, April 22

Concert photos: Band of Heathens at the Old Rock House, Sunday, April 22 Rick Priest
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Formed in Austin, Texas in 2005, Band of Heathens merged already successful musicians into a super group. They performed at the Old Rock House last night.

Their jam-based sound resembles acts such as Black Crowes and The Band, with songs that range from a slow ballads to all-out rocking monsters. Members Gordy Quist and Ed Jurdi both add distinguishing vocals and trade guitar leads, while all five members sing harmony.

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