|All photos by Agatha Donkar|
Sugar + the Hi-Lows are reinventing the kind ’60s pop that The Everly Brothers and Buddy Holly made, if the Everlys had come of age playing in Seattle garage rock bands and Buddy Holly was a country songwriter from Nashville. They’re built around Nashville singer-songwriters, Trent Dabbs and Amy Stroup, and they play the kind of music that sticks in your head and makes you want to dance. They’re out on tour right now, so don’t miss them.
Check out the rest of Aggie’s photos from the show on her Flickr stream.