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What You Missed: The Civil Wars

19 Apr

Sunday was a full charge at The Civil Wars for the CakeIn15 crew, which was utterly fine by us, seeing as how they were one of our favorite live acts from Austin last month and their record Barton Hollow has been getting consistent play at home. Joy Williams and John Paul White were unfailingly charming and magnetic, at the Varsity earlier in the day and then later that night at the Bryant-Lake Bowl, so much in love with their music and at ease with eachother. It was lovely to behold, not to mention prompting questions of, “They’ve got to be together, aren’t they?” Not now, they’re not, just wonderful musicians well in sync and as White put it in in his dry banter, “Out to sell records.” “Speak for yourself,” Williams quipped back, to which White grimaced and said, “Honey, you’re tied to me. We’re in this together.” And we’re right behind them, all the way battle-lines of love and back. Check out photos in the City Pages blog post from the Varsity and our review and photos from the BLB posted at Arts Orbit.

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