PICS: The Devil Makes Three at the Observatory

The Devil Makes Three made a two-night stop at the Observatory North Park on Jan 4-5, 2017, with their unmistakable brand of Americana. Lost Dog Street Band opened the shows.

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We caught The Devil Makes Three on the second of their two-night run.
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The band consists of Cooper McBean (on guitar and tenor banjo), vocalist/guitarist Pete Bernhard and bassist Lucia Turino (pictured l-r).
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Lost Dog Street Band opened the show.
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The Devil Makes Three, or "DM3" to their fans, are based out of Santa Cruz, California.
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For anyone wondering, the "Americana" genre of music encompasses styles like bluegrass, country, folk, blues, jazz and ragtime.
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According to band legend, Turino actually learned how to play bass in order to join the band.
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They’ve released four full-length albums after self-releasing their self-titled debut in 2002.
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The group re-released that self-titled effort in 2007 after signing to Milan Records.
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Before dedicating his time solely to DM3, Bernhard studied herbology in Northern California.
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Their latest album, “Redemption & Ruin,” was released on Sept. 16, 2016.
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Lost Dog Street Band is comprised of Ashley Mae, who hails from South Dakota, and Benjamin Tod, from Nashville, Tennessee.
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Mae plays fiddle and sings, while Tod (pictured) plays guitar and sings.
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According to their bio, they’ve “hopped trains, hitchhiked, walked and sang their way coast to coast for the past five years.”
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They released their latest album, “Rage and Tragedy,” on April 22, 2016.
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