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Musicians to mesh at Galileo's

Article Published: Oct. 6, 2010 | Modified: Sep. 7, 2011

A mesh of musicians come together October 14 for a show at Galileo's. The last time they met?

"It sold out in 30 minutes," The Native Sway's Kelly Turner said.

He's just one of a handful of musicians (Josh Bertram, Everett Thomas and Tommy Booker) from different groups coming together for a night of music.

"It's kind of an all-star jam kind of thing," he said.

Expect to see members of Airhorse and Swift Science come together with Turner and Bertram (also from The Native Sway) to create something you haven't heard before.

"It's kind of an outlet," Turner said, "a few covers, a few originals. We just experiment and have a good time."

With a local music community that hangs together as much as it plays together, it's no surprise the guys bring a party.

"The local music community we've built has been built on supporting each other," Turner said. "Members from other bands will come see us and I'll come out with other members of my band and see them ... We all know each other from hanging out and playing music. We separated into bands, but we've never really lost that connection."

Expect to jump and dance to "fun jam funk."

It all happens October 14 at Galileo's Bar and Cafe (

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