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Maines Brothers Band are Worth the Wait [VIDEO]

The Maines Brothers Band blew through the Lubbock Civic Center theater stage like a West Texas Twister Saturday night bringing back memories of “Coldwater” and marking up several standing ovations. They played for almost two and a half hours without missing a beat. Tough for any band that hasn’t seen the stage together for almost three years.

Jerry Brownlow’s haunting love song “Break the Fall” truly brought the house together with most everyone singing along and clapping during the peaks and valleys of Lloyd Maines steel guitar and Kenny Maines harmonica. I hope that it doesn’t  take another three years to to hear “New Delhi Freight Train” live.

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