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Music this weekend « Ted's Polish-Mexican Page

Music this weekend

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Published on: August 10, 2014

I caught Amy Muñoz Mendoza and Damon Barnaby in a low key set at Flycatcher on Saturday night. The first set was just the two of them, with Amy’s husband Ernie sitting behind the drum kit for the second set.

There was a crew from a whiskey company trying to give out shots while I was there. I think you can hear them on the video.

My friend and I wandered to La Cocina (after a stop off at D & D Pinball) and arrived just in time to catch a few songs from The Moonstruck Coyotes. Unfortunately, the picture I got of them was of very low quality, but suffice it to say the group was acoustic guitar, electric guitar and bass, with all three musicians in white cowboy hats, black shirts and jeans. The look tells you a wee bit: they did some traditional western songs with those harmonies you listen to that sort of music for, and then they veered into several 60’s standards, including “Stand By Me.” Talented and fun.

Hasta la proxima. Do zobaczenia.

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