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Howard Dlugasch & Josh Brewer 

When: Fri., Jan. 14 2011
Price: Free
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Between performing solo acoustic gigs around town, filling in as keyboard support for local acts James Justin & Co. and Dangermuffin, and working on new recording projects, Howard Dlugasch is a busy man. ThAe New Jersey native currently based on Folly Beach, Dlugasch made his way to the South after an extensive multiyear road trip to find inspiration and regroup in a new format: folk music. He has a diverse musical background. Classically trained in piano at a young age, he played as a teenager in the ’90s with a rock band called Ellwood before exploring genres like hip-hop and blues during his “on the road” years. Dlugasch recently found a new niche as a budding musician in Charleston. His warm, heartfelt vocals and versatile musicianship have been a perfect match for the rootsy island music scene that has developed on Folly Beach. Part folk bard and part rebellious, road trippin’ cowboy, his style is both unique and timeless, and, at times, pretty raw. But don’t let the cowboy hat and mutton chops fool you; Dlugasch is a laid-back dude who is ready to share his tales of the road. He plays with members of Dangermuffin as Bringers of the Dawn at Loggerhead’s on Thurs. Jan. 13. He also shares the stage with Josh Brewer (of the Deep Water Soul Society) this Friday at Tsunami in Mt. Pleasant. —Andy Lassiter
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