Newlyweds Sing the Blues 

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He's rocked and rolled down Sunset Strip with Van Halen. He's played with rock legends Journey, Alice Cooper and Edgar Winter. Even Bob Seger used one of his guitar solos. And now Forrest McDonald drops by Capital Ale House Friday, March 28, for a show with wife and vocalist Kaylon. This duo offers deep blues with an energetic delivery, Kaylon's low-hitting vocals crashing against her husband's let-loose guitar riffs. He's been crafting his musical legacy since the late '60s, winning the Best Southern Blues Band in Real Blues Magazine three times, but now that he's got a wife on the stage, he's got to change up his game a bit. 5 p.m. Free. 780-ALES.

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