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[Recommended] Delta Spirit, High Noon Saloon, Nov. 18th, 9PM

Delta Spirit w/ Darker My Love and The Fling High Noon Saloon, Nov. 18th, 9Pm, 18+, $13/$15, more info at trueendeavors.com Based out of : San Diego California Musical Style: Indie Rock/Soul Toured with: Cold War Kids, Dr. Dog, Clap Your Hands Say Yeah Debut Album: Ode to Sunshine (2008) Last album: History from Below (June 2010) Delta Spirit will be a fun show to go to.  They have a deep quest for soul and will bring forth a unique musical style that will be very engaging.  Here is their song "Motivation" below: The group has also been known to utilize all kinds of different instruments in their performances like garbage can lids. Darker My Love This is the opener for Delta Spirit and they are a psychedelic rock group from L.A.  They are said to have a great affection for older rock sounds from The Byrds to The Beatles. The Fling The High Noon Saloon website writes that they draw inspiration from a mix of folk, pop and psychedelic music and create a nostalgic sound of classic 60's pop and 90's alternative. Overall These bands will be really fun to watch and the High Noon Saloon is the perfect venue for this Thursday night performance.

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