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Until Red and Trevor Crook

Tess Plitri, Tia Coulter, Brae-Ann Biggs, Courtney Noart and Elizabeth Hernandez.

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Tess Plitri, Tia Coulter, Brae-Ann Biggs, Courtney Noart and Elizabeth Hernandez.

Not a seat was left empty at the Double Decker Tavern last Saturday. When I arrived at about midnight to hear some tunes and take some pictures, the place was standing room only.

Darren Hebner, Cody Iwasiuk and Lewis Parker.

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Darren Hebner, Cody Iwasiuk and Lewis Parker. (MARIAH PHILLIPS)

Annie Munroe, Erin Fisher, Brad Brown and Jennifer Gibson.

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Annie Munroe, Erin Fisher, Brad Brown and Jennifer Gibson. (MARIAH PHILLIPS)

Kevin Blair, Kaitlyn Mitchell and William Kingdon.

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Kevin Blair, Kaitlyn Mitchell and William Kingdon. (MARIAH PHILLIPS)

Until Red has quickly made a name for themselves in Brandon for their energetic, crowd pleasing and interactive performances.

Joining Until Red for this show was the well-known Trevor Crook who has also made a name for himself around these parts.

To find musicians who can have talent and are genuinely nice people in the same sentence can, at times, be rare.

These guys have it all and are definitely worth braving the cold temperatures to see live. Check them out online at: untilred.com and thisiscrook.com

Republished from the Brandon Sun print edition January 4, 2014

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Not a seat was left empty at the Double Decker Tavern last Saturday. When I arrived at about midnight to hear some tunes and take some pictures, the place was standing room only.

Until Red has quickly made a name for themselves in Brandon for their energetic, crowd pleasing and interactive performances.

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Until Red has quickly made a name for themselves in Brandon for their energetic, crowd pleasing and interactive performances.

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