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Sasquatch Edition: Delta Spirit

Isamu Jordan / The Spokesman-Review

San Diego roots-rock and soul band Delta Spirit played an impressive and warmly-received set to open the final day of Sasquatch Music Festival. They’ve got a dexterous sound evidence by three of the band’s members sharing the duties of lead vocals, each adding his own distinct dynamic to the mix. At one point during the set, one of the band’s three singers beat the brains out of a tambourine attached to trash can - Hadn’t seen that before. Delta Spirit is one of the newest members of the venerable roster on respected major-mini indie-label Rounder Records.

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