The Grey­hounds at Nightfall

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With a sound that they de­scribe as “Hall and Oates meets ZZ Top,” The Grey­hounds have been mak­ing mu­sic and tour­ing for 18 years.

Fri day ni g ht , J uly 28, the duo of gui­tarist An­drew Trube and key­boardist An­thony Far­rell roll into Miller Plaza to head­line the free Nightfall con­cert.

Trube a nd Far­rell be­gan play­ing to­gether af­ter Far­rell an­swered Trube’s ad for a key­board player in the LA Weekly. The pair toured and recorded in sev­eral places be­fore re­turn­ing to Tyler, Texas, Trube’s home­town. Along the way, they wrote songs that were per­formed by mu­si­cians such as Su­san Tedeschi and Derek Trucks.

In 2004, the duo re­leased “Lib­erty,” recorded at Truck Farm Stu­dio in New Or­leans. The al­bum fea­tures guest vo­cals by Ani DiFranco. In the late 2000s and early 2010s, Trube and Far­rell per­formed as part of the tour­ing band of JJ Grey & Mofro.

In 2013, they signed a three-al­bum con­tract with the newly re­con­sti­tuted Ar­dent Records, based in Mem­phis. Their first project for Ar­dent, “Ac­cu­mu­la­tor,” was is­sued in April 2014. “Heaven on Earth” came out in 2015 and “Change of Pace,” their lat­est al­bum, was re­leased in 2016.

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