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Kevin Peters and the Burnt Edges get their Jennings fix

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Kevin Peters and the Burnt Edges had a trimmed down lineup at the Owl Acoustic Lounge, Saturday, Jan. 7.


Megan brown and Kevin Peters at the owl Acoustic Lounge, Jan. 7. Photo by Richard Amery

Shawn Worden was holding down the bottom end on bass, the Decadent Phase’s Keilan Hakstol added rhythm on drums,  Megan Brown added fiddle and backing vocals and Peters sang lead vocals and played lead and rhythm guitar. He had a steel guitar set up as well, thoughh I missed hearing him play it.


 He was in a Waylon Jennings mood as usual. So there was plenty of ’60s and ’70s outlaw country style twang.

 He played his new single “Flawed Man” and a few other originals.


 The band played a lot of Waylon Jennings, but also added a  hot cover of Hank Williams III’s “ Country Heroes.”


The set ending “Lonesome On’ry and Mean” was one of the many Waylon Jennings highlights.

 he wound down the set with  Waylon Jennings’  “ Good Hearted Woman.” 


 Chris Drew opened the show. 

— by Richard Amery, L.A. beat Editor

Last Updated ( Friday, 13 January 2023 12:52 )  
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