Country isn’t country anymore. Until it is again.
Circle of Heat shows might include a jazz-fusion instrumental sandwiched between a Rage Against the Machine song and something from The Allman Brothers.
First come the wrestlers, then come the basketballers.
“When I was little kid, my mom used to buy a lot of 45s, and she would have these dance parties in our basement. It was like a miniature American Bandstand.”
“I know actors who have been at the Guthrie for 15 years and are still terrified of Shakespeare.”
“We were playing for a dance, and a man’s toupee flew off his head while he was dancing. Without missing a beat in the context of the dance, it was picked up from the dance floor and put back on his head.”
The band has come a long way from their first 2015 parking lot gig for Art Blitz.