In the Shade: LedaSwan and Paris Falls

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Out-of-towners LedaSwan just got off the stage. The two-female-fronted, fivesome from San Antonio has an indie rock vibe a la Elizabeth Elmore/Sarge. Nice tunes, but we're guessing their vocal cords are still waking up as both ladies were occasionally straining to reach those harmonies.

Currently rocking us are the Beatle-esque sounds of Paris Falls. The threesome were a mighty force last weekend when they covered Rush at the Hootenanny: Twotenanny. Early or late, these three never seem to be off their mark. Make sure you check out Paris Fall's latest release Volume II.

And now Paris Falls in photos:

- Dusti Rhodes

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