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The Devil Makes Three delivers their mix of bluegrass, rockabilly and old time music with just the right amount of gloom. By embracing the beats of days gone by the folksy collective has drawn quite a following. Don't miss your chance; purchase your the Devil Makes Three concert tickets now!
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The Devil Makes Three Concert Tickets

This trio known as The Devil Makes Three boasts a unique blues sound tinged with undertones of punk, country and folk. Leading the band is frontman and guitarist Pete Bernhard. Joining him is stand-up bassist Lucia Turino and guitarist Cooper McBean. They’ve graced the stage at many festivals, including Lollapalooza, Bonnaroo, the Newport Folk and Austin City Limits festivals. Come see this talented group transcend several musical genres and pick up The Devil Makes Three tickets today.

The Devil Makes Three released their first self-titled album on Nov. 1, 2002 under their own Monkey Wrench label. The record focused on songs about drinking and getting through difficult times. Two years later came their second album, Longjohns, Boots and a Belt, which blended ragtime and country blues, and offered more serious and insightful lyrics by Bernhard. In 2006, The Devil Makes Three came out with a live album, called A Little Bit Faster and a Little Bit Worse. On some tracks, the trio welcomed a fourth member - Chojo Jacques, who played the fiddle.

I'm A Stranger Here, which came out in 2013, was one of their most popular albums and was produced by Buddy Miller. Bernhard was responsible for writing more than 20 songs for the record. However, not all of them made it to the album. Miller only chose the tracks that reflected a gloomy and somber mood.