Folk, punk, gypsy-jazz, soul and brass sounds all find a place in the sonic gumbo that is Redmond, Ore.-based Larry and His Flask. Worth noting: There is no Larry to be found among the five members (brothers Jeshua and Jamin Marshall with Ian Cook, Andrew Carew and Dallin Bulkley). There is, likely, a flask or two. "Their love of old-school country, folk, hip-hop … and everything in between comes shining through," says the band's bio. "They trade off instruments mid song as they dance back and forth across the stage in a punk rock ballet of sorts, narrowly avoiding collisions constantly." Larry and His Flask take the stage at The Grey Eagle on Thursday, Aug. 29. 9 p.m., $8 in advance/$10 day of show. http://thegreyeagle.com.
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