Ayron Jones and the Way, Down North, the Chris Eger Band, Megan Larson

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Publication: The Stranger
Author: Seling, Megan
Date published: May 2, 2012

(Rat and Raven) My promise to you: Witnessing Ayron Jones play the guitar will be the best show you'll see all week. No hyperbole. Your mind will be blown. Jones is the young leader of the trio Ayron Jones and the Way, who play a hard, soulful blues reminiscent of legends like Hendrix and Stevie Ray Vaughan. But Jones gets heavy-real heavy. He can't stand still; he can't not amaze. He wanders the room while playing his guitar one-handed or lifted over and behind his head. He'll tear through a guitar solo while adjusting the bill of his baseball cap. He's a complete showboat, but when you're that fucking talented, c'mon. You can do whatever you want. MEGAN SELING

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