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The Stone Foxes and DeWald brothers band play Halfway Tavern Mishawaka

Two Mishawaka-raised brothers, Vince and Jimmy DeWald, are coming dwelling to The Halfway Tavern with two bands on Jan. 21—one based mostly in San Francisco, the opposite in Nashville, Tenn.

They replicate the interwoven story of the brothers’ geographic journeys, their music communities and their evolution in rock-based music.

You may see among the identical performers in each bands. However their sounds can be noticeably totally different.

“Plenty of this homecoming is bringing our musical household collectively,” Vince DeWald says from his dwelling in Nashville.

Vince describes Model New Trash, which he and Jimmy created, as “storage folks that’s not as polished as Nashville.” In contrast, The Stone Foxes, which Vince additionally grew to become a part of lately, is “in-your-face blues rock.”

Model New Trash’s songs could be moody, even contemplative at occasions like Vince’s guitar taking part in and breathy lead vocals in “Again to That Place,” or spirited. You possibly can hear every vocalist, every instrument distinctly. Vince says they intention for lyrics which are “barely askew from what you hear on the radio.”

In contrast, Stone Foxes come at you with a mashed-up sound that is full power all through every track. Be ready to maintain transferring. It is a five-piece band the place, at some factors, all 5 musicians are singing. The lead, Shannon Koehler, writes lyrics that usually stem from the trials that the 35-year-old has confronted by way of a number of coronary heart surgical procedures.

Model New Trash will open the present on the Halfway, which they booked for Jan. 21 as a result of The Stone Foxes can be taking part in Jan. 20 on the Tomorrow By no means Is aware of indie music pageant in Chicago.

Rising up in Mishawaka

The brothers had performed on the Halfway twice simply greater than 10 years in the past, a “no-brainer” selection for his or her homecoming live shows as a result of it is a long-standing and “legendary membership” for the blues in Mishawaka. They’d grown up listening to blues.

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