Live: The Devil Makes Three

The House of Blues hosted a sold-out Americana extravaganza Feb. 14 with the Devil Makes Three and the Brothers Comatose.

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Steve Covault
The Devil Makes Three brought all the Americana music San Diego could handle to the House of Blues Feb. 14.
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The band (bassist Lucia Turino pictured) released their newest album, "I'm a Stranger Here," on Oct. 29, 2013.
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The Brothers Comatose opened the sold-out show downtown.
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The Devil Makes Three, or "DM3" to their fans, are based out of Santa Cruz, Calif.
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Cooper McBean (pictured) plays guitar and tenor banjo.
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The "Americana" genre of music encompasses styles like bluegrass, country, folk, blues, jazz and ragtime.
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Turino actually learned how to play bass in order to join the band.
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The Brothers Comatose started out as a musical duo of actual brothers, Alex and Ben Morrison.
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Now the group has expanded to a quintet, adding fiddle and mandolin to fill out their sound.
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The band released their latest album, "Respect the Van," in May 2012.
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