Chillin’ at the dA Center

Local folk-rock band Refrigerator performs a set Friday evening at the dA Center for the Arts. Bass player Daniel Brodo, vocalist Allen Callaci and guitarist Chris Jones recently finished recording their 11th album, “High Desert Lows.” The band formed more than 25 years ago and its sound has since evolved from a low-fi rock band to a folk-rock band with an old school country influence. Brodo, Jones and Callaci play and record all of their own original music./ photo by Spencer Croce
Local folk-rock band Refrigerator performs a set Friday evening at the dA Center for the Arts. Bass player Daniel Brodo, vocalist Allen Callaci and guitarist Chris Jones recently finished recording their 11th album, “High Desert Lows.” The band formed more than 25 years ago and its sound has since evolved from a low-fi rock band to a folk-rock band with an old school country influence. Brodo, Jones and Callaci play and record all of their own original music./ photo by Spencer Croce
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