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This Friday night we’ll be at Rover Park in White Rock with the Austin, Texas country-rock-soul-blues band Uncle Lucius. To get to Rover Park, turn left at the first light in White Rock (Rover Blvd) and go about one mile, the park’s on the left.
The Black Crowes, The Band, the Outlaws, the Allman Brothers, Willie Nelson and Waylon Jennings, Otis Redding and Bill Withers have influenced Uncle Lucius’ music.
They’re a very soulful Southern rock band. You can listen to them on www.myspace.com/unclelucius, or go to Youtube and search for Uncle Lucius; you’ll find lots of videos. There’s also a ton of entries if you Google them.
The four guys all moved to Austin in the early 2000s looking to find a band and make it at the “live music capital of the world.” The four were all classic rock and country fans who had been learning about and playing music since early childhood. They found each other playing in bars, street corners and jam sessions. They formed Uncle Lucius in 2005.
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