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Albuquerque Boys Choir

Albuquerque Boys Choir

Albuquerque Boys Choir


Not to be confused with the Albuquerque Boy Choir. The Albuquerque Boys Choir began March fourth in the year 2009. Bethany Delahunt, Stef Graner, and Christy Cook realized suddenly that they must start a band out of necessity. They were engaged to play several shows already, and what must needs be done, must need be done. And so it was. They labored under various combinations of the three words "beans", "and", and "rice" until finally deciding Read more on Last.fm
Not to be confused with the Albuquerque Boy Choir. The Albuquerque Boys Choir began March fourth in the year 2009. Bethany Delahunt, Stef Graner, and Christy Cook realized suddenly that they must start a band out of necessity. They were engaged to play several shows already, and what must needs be done, must need be done. And so it was.

They labored under various combinations of the three words "beans", "and", and "rice" until finally deciding they had nothing to do with food whatsoever (apart from the fact that they ate it regularly — though not always as a band). Thus, upon the commencement of their journey to Denver, Colorado (where they played a show at the Pitchfork collective) they hit upon their new name. The Albuquerque Boys Choir (ABQBC) was born. Based in Albuquerque, NM, this trio is a mezcla of harmonies and stringed instruments the most important of which are presently: a guitar, a banjo, and a charango.

One may also spy some of the boys driving a Cactus Tractor. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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