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A few of the perks of traveling and performing in concerts are the sights you see and people you meet.
For instance, when the Waybacks came to Los Alamos for the first time last year, founding singer, songwriter and guitarist James Nash recalled how they were introduce to red and green chili at breakfast.
He joked as much as the band is looking forward to returning to the Los Alamos County Summer Concert Series at 7 p.m. Friday at Del Norte Credit Union, they are really eager to eat some more chili sauce.
They are also excited to once again be a part of the summer concert series.
“What a cool concert (series),” James Nash said. “We’re honored to be a part of it.”
The band has traveled, performed and seen some unique sights for the past seven years.
James Nash described the band, which includes fiddler and mandolin player Warren Hood, bass player Joe Kyle, Jr., and drummer Chuck Hamilton, as Americana.
Their music runs the gambit, James Nash said.
The band offers electric instruments, with folk and roots underpinnings and a repertoire that includes Memphis soul, honky-tonk, Parisian swing, classical music, vintage blues, pop and much more.
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