A band called Henry Clay People (the great compromisers) performing at the Bunbury Music Festival in Cincinnati, Ohio. For the uninitiated, HCP makes “sloppy guitar rock” minus the irony/sarcasm that that term might conjure up; three-minute escapades of bar chords, distortion and unabashed twenty-somethingisms. Or twenty-five-isms. That’s the slant on their latest called ‘Twenty-Five for the Rest of Our Lives’ which covers the subjects you probably think it does, but does so better and with more originality than most records of the like. The title track’s a good place to start so we’re starting there, Henry Clay People performing “25 for the Rest of our Lives” Live at Bunbury.
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