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Live Music

Green River Ordinance

When: Sat., Jan. 10, 7:30 p.m. 2015

It's been more than a year since Fort Worth, Texas-based band Green River Ordinance released their EP Chasing Down the Wind, a homey, wistful and toe-tapping blend of folksy rock and twangy country. But in the meantime, the five-piece released The Collection, a record that spans 14 years of Green River Ordinance history and features live and stripped-down version of fan favorites like "Dancing Shoes" and "It Ain't Love," minus any frills and editing. Fresh and intimate, The Collection encapsulates everything that makes up a Green River Ordinance live show, as well as showcases their music in its purest form, allowing the mandolin, guitar, banjo and clear lead vocals to shine through. Fans don't have too long of a wait for new original material, though; Green River Ordinance is currently in the studio working on their third full-length, set for release in the fall. (Kolbie Stonehocker)

Price: $20 and up