Although their styles are markedly different, they complement each other very well. Bennett is a stage veteran, and his Bakersfield-influenced honky tonk sound that we have heard on countless BR549 recordings is fresher than ever. His voice is now a little more mature, somewhat hoarser at times, yet always drenched with emotion. The younger Capps favors a more modern country sound, and although he is adept at songwriting, he still needs to work a little on his live performing skills. Together they put on a very enjoyable show that is well worth attending. The McNeills play every Wednesday night from 8:00 to 10:00 at the Full Moon Saloon, on Lower Broadway, a small honky tonk that is rather noisy and smoky at times. But then, what would honky tonk music be without a little noise and a little smoke?
Cowboy Anton & Cowgirl Erin.