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The Devil Makes Three & Shakey Graves
Red Rocks Amphitheatre
May 27 2016
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Based in California, The Devil Makes Three is a talented band that plays a great mix of country, folk, ragtime, acoustic and bluegrass music. The three band members, Pete Bernhard, Lucia Turino and Cooper McBean have breathed life into acoustic music while keeping folk punk alive at the same time. Bernhard and McBean have been playing with the rock and punk bands but their true interest lies in the old blues and acoustic music. The band has a great sound that crosses genres and appeals to a wide range of audience including those who are not bluegrass fans. One area that distinguishes the band from others is their uniqueness in rhythm because they make music which is different yet inspiring from most bands in the music world.
The Devil Makes Three, Longjohns, Boots and a Belt, Do Wrong Right and A Little Bit Faster and a Little Bit Worse are the four full-length albums the band has released until now. The self-titled album was originally released in 2002; however, it was re-released in 2007 after the band signed with Milan Records. This album has entirely reshaped the music preferences of some people because the music is spectacular and the lyrics are appealing. Some people are not sure what type of music category does this album fall into but it is a must-have if genre does not matter to you and all you are looking for is some nice dusty music.
The album, Longjohns, Boots and a Belt was released in 2004 while Do Wrong Right was released in 2009. A Little Bit Faster and A Little Bit Worse is a live album of the two shows recorded by the band in April, 2006. Released in 2011, Stomp and Smash is another live album which was recorded at the Mystic Theater in Petaluma. It is made up of both old and new numbers including This Life and They Call That Religion which have been received with critical acclaim from music lovers.
The Devil Makes Three band offers a diverse mix of music; a lot of it is calm and simple but at the same time the band plays some party music as well. Old Number Seven, the Plank and Dynamite are a few upbeat numbers that will lift your spirits and lighten up your mood. On the other hand, the songs like Graveyard and One's for My Family will hold you tight in their embrace and will take you to places deep within your soul. Most of Bernhard’s songs come from past experience but he has also experimented with character writing when writing The Bullet song. It is the story of a jailed criminal who prefers to die rather than going back to his normal life.
In August 2010, The Devil Makes Three band had performed at the Outside Lands Music and Arts Festival that is held at the Golden Gate Park in California every year. The top-notch musicians write beautiful songs that sink into the hearts and minds of avid music fans. The band’s ability to play terrifically amazing bass lines and finger-picking guitar has gained it a massive fan following. You can also become a part of the musical by picking your share of The Devil Makes Three tickets.
The band has been touring regularly over the past so many years and has performed to the sold out crowds across US. You might not be a huge fan of bluegrass or banjo but if you have had a chance to hear the band, you would want to listen more especially when they sing the numbers of their live album, A Little Bit Faster and A Little Bit Worse. To hear them live, all you need is The Devil Makes Three tickets in your pockets. People scream, dance and drink to the rollicking music performances and this is how the band likes to see its concerts. What more could you ask from a band that provides a fun-filled evening.
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