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Video: JKutchma & The Five Fifths at Duke Gardens

Posted by on Thu, Jun 6, 2013 at 12:26 PM

Duke Performances' annual summer series, Music in the Gardens, kicked off Wednesday evening as JKutchma & The Five Fifths played a record-release party for Sundown, USA, which Kutchma released in two different versions (with the band and solo). Kutchma and company performed to a full crowd on the lawn of the gardens as, fittingly, the sun went down on a cool late-spring evening. They were joined by members of D-Town Brass and Prypyat as they ran through most of the new album and a few numbers of Kutchma's excellent previous release, Pastoral. Kutchma played a few numbers solo in the middle of the set. For more on the dual release of Sundown, USA, see Peter Blackstock's feature in the June 5 INDY Week.

Below are two clips from Wednesday evening's show.


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