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Duke McVinnie Band Revisits Kingston

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The Duke McVinnie Band
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West Coast guitarist Duke McVinnie drifted into the Hudson Valley in the 1990s as a member of the band Shivaree. A master of understated, smoky, blues-rock noir, McVinnie keeps a famously low profile, poking his head out once in a while like some enigmatic groundhog to drop a CD or do the odd gig here or there. The residency he and his DMV Band held down last year at BSP was a well-loved run, so it’s extremely sensible for the venue to host them again on January 27.

McVinnie has played with Peter Case, Joan Baez, Isobell Campbell, David Alvin, Madeleine Peyroux, Exene Cervenka, and on the soundtracks of Kill Bill and other films. The DMV Band’s simultaneously released 2014 albums 9 and 10 (Independent), were lauded by reviewer Robert Burke Warren in the pages of Chronogram.
Here, the Duke McVinnie Band plays “Nothing Lasts” in 2011:

The Duke McVinnie Band with special guest Brian Dewan will perform at BSP in Kingston on January 27 at 7pm. Admission is $5. For more information, call (845) 481-5158 or visit http://bspkingston.com/.

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