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Dawes: California Folk-Rock, In The Studio

Friday, July 12, 2013

Dawes (Noah Abrams)

The Los Angeles-based folk rock band Dawes plays songs from their new album, Stories Don't End in the Soundcheck studio.

Dawes is a group that is no stranger to the road -- their travels have taken them from the rolling hills of California, all the way to Rwanda. Along the way they’ve shared the stage with acts like Jackson Browne, Bob Dylan, and Alison Krauss. The band joins producer Gretta Cohn in a stripped-down setting to discuss their travels, the new album -- which was influenced in part by the work of writer, novelist and journalist Joan Didion -- and storytelling in song. Plus, they play live.

Set List:

• From A Window Seat

• Most People

• Side Effects

Guests:

Dawes

Hosted by:

Gretta Cohn

Comments [2]

kathleen from california,usa

Love this band. Fisrt saw on utube w/mumford and sons. What voices they have. I hope to see them when the come to sf bay area.

Sep. 07 2013 08:36 PM
Steve Rose from Joplin, Mo.

This group really thought out every word in their songs. Great playing, good use of instruments, they don't over play and use good taste on the mix . I saw them live and got the that night. They are well on their way to stardom. I recommend them to anyone who likes intelligence in their music. I can see why Bob Dylan asked them to open for him.

Jun. 24 2013 03:00 PM

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