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Rock and Roll All Night

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The W.T. Feaster Band's frontman believes in rockin' till the sun comes up. "I'm one of those guys that once I get onstage, I hate to get off," says Travis Feaster. "The only way I'll get off is if people want me to stop." The Indianapolis trio plays a funky blues-rock mix that includes both originals and covers. "No one really likes to put themselves in one genre," says Feaster. The band's been together about a year and a half, but in that time it's stormed the Midwest blues circuit. Be forewarned, however: The band's onstage vigor might have some audience members begging for a breather. "We normally don't play that many slow songs," says Feaster. "But we'll throw one in, if we need the rest."
Sat., May 27, 9 p.m.

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