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Tres Duos presents 3 intrepid duets

A trio of duos headline a night of innovative music

Perkins Wood
Photo credit: Frank Mullen
IRRESISTIBLE INSTRUMENTALS: Guitarists Ann Wood (left) and Jeff Perkins share a bill with two other innovative duets, FLAP and Duet for Theremin & Lap Steel, Saturday at Red Light Café.

Tres Duos presents an evening of venturesome music featuring Perkins Wood, FLAP and Duet for Theremin & Lap Steel Saturday at Red Light Café.

“Jeff came up with the idea of Tres Duos,” says guitarist Ann Wood, referring to her partner, guitarist Jeff Perkins. “We both love FLAP and DfTaLS and love the diversity of sound and music that spans the three duets.”

Perkins Wood compose and play irresistibly hooked, psych-rock-tinged, and often brief instrumentals, which linger in the imagination like a poignantly perfect soundtrack. Decades in the making, FLAP (Andy Hopkins and Matt Miller) sallies forth with its patented blend of guitar-dueling mayhem in support of lyrical excursions of the poetically absurd and hilariously mundane. Duet for Theremin & Lap Steel (Scott Burland and Frank Schulz) travel the ambient spaceways to destinations unknown, even to the musicians, until the first eerie pitches of each performance.

The Perkins Wood portion of the show will feature a projected montage of artwork by graduates of the Savannah College of Art & Design.

$7. Saturday, Nov. 24, 8 p.m. Red Light Café, 553 Amsterdam Ave., Atlanta, GA 30306. 404-874-7828.



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