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Shakey Graves at the Imperial

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Shakey Graves at the Imperial, Vancouver, Nov. 16 2014. Kitt Woodland photo.

Photos – Shakey Graves at the Imperial, Vancouver, Nov. 16 2014

– photos by Kitt Woodland

Shakey Graves in Vancouver on Sunday night.

Sometimes described as “Austin’s most famous one-man-band,” Graves (aka Alejandro Rose-Garcia) is on tour for his second album, And the War Came.

As told to the New York Times, Graves is expanding his live shows to include a “a rotating cast of musicians who might add a bass, fiddle or cello,” an idea, “inspired by Stop Making Sense, the Talking Heads film in which the bandleader, David Byrne, starts out alone and then gradually introduces musicians as the set progresses.”

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