LIVE: The Dustbowl Revival

The Dustbowl Revival kicked up dirt at Music Box on Dec. 10.

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The Dustbowl Revival kicked up dirt during their rowdy show at Music Box on Dec. 10.
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The American roots orchestra, as they call themselves, have eight core members.
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The group came together in Venice Beach after guitarist/band leader Zach Lupetin posted a Craigslist ad in 2007.
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The band is touring behind the release "With a Lampshade On," their fourth studio release.
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The band had a viral video earlier this year, popularized in large part by Dick Van Dyke.
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The actor invited the Dustbowl Revival to record the music video for "Never Had to Go" after seeing them open for the Preservation Jazz Hall Band.
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Most of the songs on the band's record were recorded live.
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That's how the they sound best, according to the band.
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The Dustbowl Revival are known for blending genres in their songs, touching on everything from bluegrass and swing to hot jazz, pre-War blues and Southern soul.
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The core members of the band are Lupetin (guitar, vocals), Liz Beebe (vocals, washboard, ukulele), Daniel Mark (mandolin), Connor Vance (fiddle), Matt Rubin (trumpet), Ulf Bjorlin (trombone), James Klopfleisch (bass) and Joshlyn Heffernan (drums).
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