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March 22, 2012
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Keystone's Warren Station lights up again this weekend

The second-to-last performance of Saturday Nights at the Station March Concert Series features two acclaimed acts for only 10 bucks at the door.

Opening on Saturday at 8 p.m. is up-and-coming U.K.-based brothers band The Dunwells, who were recently picked up by top record producer Dave Creffield (Kaiser Chiefs, Embrace). Frontmen Joseph and David Dunwell lead the five-piece rock group through incredible vocal harmonies, lending to the band's acclamation as the new British invasion.

The Dunwells appear polished and rehearsed in concert with plenty of passion and impressive musical talent to be witnessed live. The music is alternately described as acoustic, rock, country and alternative, while becoming their own unique blend of all these genres.

Headliners the Naïve Melodies are one of those must-see acts for children of the '80s and all fans of the Talking Heads. That's right, the three-piece cover band plays only Talking Heads music, and uses this shtick to sell out shows up and down the West Coast.

Hailing from Arcata, Calif., the band is receiving great reviews and is riding the coattails of the retro cover-band movement, pioneered by acts such as the Spazmatics.

"Naïve Melodies is a three-piece dance machine that sounds like a six- or even seven-piece band," said lead vocalist Matt Engel. The group has a mastery and respect for the integrity of the music that sometimes is indistinguishable from the real thing, and sometimes features an interpretation thereof. Sets are designed to interweave older and newer Talking Heads songs with blends of three- part harmonies, synthesizers, and a heavy dance groove.

Engel also plays bass, bass synth and keyboard. Harry Hulsizer plays drums and percussion and Johnny Fiya plays guitar. The three got together in early 2011 and found a common love for the music of the Talking Heads as well as a natural chemistry playing together, and so they went for it.

Warren Station has become a new home for nationally touring music in Keystone and is located in the heart of the River Run Village. Ticket prices vary per show.


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