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Conestoga Trace performs at Howard’s Club H

Conestoga Trace performed at Howard’s Club H’s Loud and Local on Thursday night with the band Human Juicebox opening the show.

Human Juicebox opened the night with songs “Lava Lamp” and “My Friends Say.” Alex Rodriguez, drummer, said his band has performed with Conestoga Trace four times in the past and said both bands have the same type of style.

“We’re like one huge band playing at different times,” Rodriguez said. “We’re all friends because of the music we play. We dig each others own music.”

Conestoga Trace performed songs such as “Cig Kid,” “Two Faced Man” and “Foreign Fields,” all from its extended play, “The Cut Rug.”

Griffin McCulloch, vocalist for Conestoga Trace, said the band has performed at Howard’s more than three times and that the sound is louder and fuller at the Bowling Green Venue.

“I like how you can move around on the stage,” McCulloch said. “You can fit 12 people on the stage here and still move around.”

Former University student Adam Kaczala attended the show and took many pictures of the bands. He said both of the bands were energetic.

“I think the guitarists for both of the bands has their own feel,” Kaczala said. “It was cool and both of the singers have a unique sound as well.”

McCulloch said it’s easy to connect with the audience in the town compared to venues in Toledo because random people show up to their shows.

“Connection with the audience is what makes it different playing in this town,” McCulloch said. “The sound of everything is just better here.”

For more information about Conestoga Trace, visit its Facebook page and listen to its EP, “The Cut Rug,” on SoundCloud.

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