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Live: Jacco Gardner and Schooner tweak pop in Durham (Videos)

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Stepping through the front door of The Pinhook, Jacco Gardner and company resembled a military battalion marching in lock step. Professional and organized, the group was there to get a job done. As they stepped on the stage Thursday evening, I had been interested to see how their lush soundscape of an album Cabinet of Curiosities would translate in the sometimes unforgiving confines of the Pinhook. What unfolded was a refreshingly delightful psychedelic performance lead by Gardner and accented by a solid crew.

Below are a couple of videos from the evening, including Gardner and openers, Schooner.


Schooner's "Trapped"


Jacco Gardner's "Help Me Out"


Jacco Gardner's "Chameleon"

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