Cafe Accordion Orchestra performs in The Current studio

by Dale Connelly, Jim Ed Poole

Members of the the Cafe Accordion Orchestra.  Eric Mohring on mandolin, fiddle and vocals, Joe Steinger on percussion, Eric Mohring, Dan Newton on accordion and vocals, Erik Lillestol on bass, and Brian Barnes on guitar and vocals.
Members of the the Cafe Accordion Orchestra. Eric Mohring on mandolin, fiddle and vocals, Joe Steinger on percussion, Eric Mohring, Dan Newton on accordion and vocals, Erik Lillestol on bass, and Brian Barnes on guitar and vocals. (Photo courtesy the band)
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Dan Newton and the Cafe Accordion Orchestra have come out with a new recording, "Germaine." The band's previous recordings have been concept albums, but this one is more of a collection of tunes the band has enjoyed playing. French, Italian, Mexican and American music are all parts of Cafe Accordion's repertoire, but this recording takes the listener all over the world.

Songs performed: "La Femme Panthere et L'Homme Sandwich," and "Yaquicita"

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