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Concert photos: Royal Southern Brotherhood with Doug Byrkit at the Gramophone, Thursday, July 5

Concert photos: Royal Southern Brotherhood with Doug Byrkit at the Gramophone, Thursday, July 5 Rick Priest
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Within the last year, two St. Louis natives, Devon Allman and Mike Zito, have joined forces. Along with veteran drummer Yonrico Scott (Derek Trucks Band), Cyril Neville (Neville Brothers) and bassist Charlie Wooten, they formed the Royal Southern Brotherhood.

Their inaugural self-titled CD just debuted at #5 on the Billboard Blues Chart. With 20 live performances under their belt, it was time to bring this show home to St. Louis. The Gramophone was the perfect venue. Doug Byrkit of Odds Lane opened with a acoustic set. RSB wasted no time getting warmed up. They rocked it out from the first beat. Two amazing guitar pickers, double percussion, killer bass and four-part harmony all made for a fantastic night. These guys have put their careers on the line for this project. My feeling after witnessing it is that they made a great choice.

All photos by Rick Priest.

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