Over the last few months, the Peculiar Patriots have been popping up more and more at various shows in Laramie, Cheyenne and the surrounding area.For some, this is a new name in the ever-growing Wyoming music scene, an unfound treasure to add to the collection.But, for those who closely follow the Laramie band, that isn’t the case.“We had some band members move away over the last couple of years, so we decided to take a bit of a short hiatus so we could try to replace them,” keyboardist...
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Zach and Colton Swon are used to hearing the “Okie from Muskogee” jokes.Don’t worry, though. They’ve managed to perfect their own cover of the famous Merle Haggard song, for anyone who makes a reference to their hometown during their concerts.On Feb. 10, you might get the chance to hear their cover, as well as a number of their original songs, when they make their return to Cheyenne’s Outlaw Saloon.“Since our last show in Cheyenne, we’ve changed things up quite a bit,” Zach Swon said.
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