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Concert photos: The Colin Sphinctor Band at the Focal Point, Saturday, October 20

Jim Findlay of the Colin Sphinctor Band Jim Findlay of the Colin Sphinctor Band Daniel Costello
Written by Daniel Costello

Former KDHX DJ Jim Findlay brought the current version of the Colin Sphinctor Band to the Focal Point on Saturday.

Forty years of history have brought many musical changes, but the hilarious parodies have stayed the same. The band played classics such as "God Drives a Volvo," "River Des Peres" and "Drooling Banjos." Sprinkled in were future classics like "Jefferson County."

Original members Jim Findlay and John Garbo -- along with the band's iconic goat mascot -- were superbly supported by Tony Chambers on guitar, banjo and vocals; Gene Carroll on bass; Todd Leurding on keyboards and accordion; Andy Marks on drums and Geoff Seitz on fiddle.

All photos by Daniel Costello.

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