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The Good Bad to bring Americana to the Divided Sky

The Good Bad plays the Divided Sky Saturday night.
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If you go

What: The Good Bad

When: Saturday, Feb. 27

Where: The Divided Sky

Tickets: Call for details

Info: 530-577-0775

The Divided Sky in Meyers is set to host a night of “Y’allternative” Saturday night.

The Good Bad will bring Americana music from San Francisco to Lake Tahoe’s South Shore.

“Characterized by acoustic elements and rustic tones, The Good Bad (formerly the Neckbeard Boys) bring a unique brand of song crafting, strong vocal harmonies, and high-energy performance to any venue they play,” according to the group’s online biography. “With the help of strong roots in the Bay Area they’ve been able to create an extensive catalog of original material that they intersperse with both traditional and contemporary covers. They can hammer out a 45 minute, fast and raucous, knock-you-off-your-stool set; or a three-hour musical adventure that incorporates a wide variety of songs and styles. Whatever the night calls for, they’ll bring the roof down.”

The group released their self-titled debut in August.

“The seeds of the Good Bad were planted when multi-instrumentalists Thom Beneduci and Aaron Lanes met in 2008,” according to the bio. “They combined their rhythm-heavy backgrounds and, as seasoned songwriters, formed the core of the Good Bad’s sounds. With Audra Nemir on bass and backup vocals, along with guest soloists on fiddle and banjo, the band specializes in turning multi-voice harmonies and energetic melodies into unforgettable, feel-good music”

The Divided Sky is located near the intersection of Navahoe Drive and U.S. Highway 50 in Meyers.

More information is available at http://www.thedividedsky.com or by calling 530-577-0775.


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