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Posted by on Nov 11, 2012 in Articles, Music, Paris Live | 0 comments

Trever Carico Plays Three Brothers Drafthouse

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Three Brothers Drafthouse is growing in popularity all over North East Texas. The enormous club has the ultimate night life atmosphere. On November 10th, 2012 Trever Carico infused that atmosphere with acoustical melody. When Trever grabs the 6-string you are in for an entertaining treat. His approach to music is unmatchable and will have you on the dance-floor by the end of his set. He played songs like “Flash Flood” by Randy Rogers and “Smoke a Little Smoke” by Eric Church. No stranger to the pen and paper, Trever Carico has an arsenal of original tunes. Songs like “Texas Rose” and “Take Me Higher” (see video below) will have you spellbound.

During the 2nd set, Trever was joined on stage by two of the most popular local heavy metal vocalists. “Roxi” from the band Silver Loves Mercury grabbed the mic and sang powerfully to “Mary Jane’s Last Dance”. Justin Rosson front man for the band Shallow Edge vocalized on “Drunken Poet’s Dream”. Spirits were high and good times were in the air as it is every night at the Drafthouse!

Video clip of Trever Carico – Take Me Higher …

We are looking forward to Trever Carico’s album release in January. Keep up with him on Facebook

Find Three Brothers Drafthouse on Facebook.

Photos by Robbie Gunn

 

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