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Artist of the day: 3 Pint Harmony



Combining roots, country, Irish folk and Celtic rock, St. Pete quintet 3 Pint Harmony -- singer Patty Mills, violinist Christer Saarikko, guitarist Lisa Hargiss, drummer Ken Walker and bassist/multi-instrumentalist Rick Mastry -- offer up a quirky take on traditional rock from the old country. A song like Gasoline, for example, sounds like Loreena McKennitt fronting the B-52s at a blues bar on St. Patty's Day.

The fresh take on Celtic folk should come as no surprise, as the band has roots all over the world -- Ireland, Scotland, Finland, Syria and beyond. Walker was even a member of the Vodkanauts, Tampa's Bay's popular surf-rock group.

On Friday, check out 3 Pint Harmony at Three Birds Tavern, 1492 Fourth St. N, St. Petersburg. "Outside, under the stars, great pour of Guinness, live Irish Rock!" says Hargiss. The show starts at 8 p.m. Free.

LISTEN - 3 Pint Harmony, 'Gasoline'

[Last modified: Wednesday, August 11, 2010 11:12am]


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