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Live: Dex Romweber Duo rips through the catalog in Durham

Posted by on Wed, Apr 3, 2013 at 2:12 PM

Friday night at the Casbah in Durham, the underground heroes of the Dex Romweber Duo took the stage. Running through a blistering set, the Duo showed no signs of rust, despite having not performed in some time. Romweber dipped into his extensive catalog of solo records, duo releases and Flat Duo Jets material.

Summoning a spectrum of rock ā€™nā€™ roll, surf rock and crooning county, they covered all the bases. Despite Duke playing in the NCAA tournament during set time, there was a sizable crowd for the Duo. They played only an hour, leaving the crowd waiting for the next round as they filed out of the Casbah just after midnight.


Below are two clips from the evening: The Flat Duo Jets' "Go Go Harlem Baby" and the Dex Romweber Duo number, "Is It Too Late?"

"Go Go Harlem Baby"

"Is It Too Late?"

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Thank you so much for these clips; it was a special show.

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