Their sparse instrumentation ended up being stark when called for, but also rich and dynamic, as well.
In an eight-song set, the duo found the right balance on every song, playing sharp and nuanced. Even when the closing “Better Days” finished with a cacophony of the two instruments, with Bauer’s voice punching through it, it was compelling stuff.
"His last words to me were: And Billy keep playing acoustic guitar, you sound really good at it."
Bauer began jamming with Lorenzetti, forming the foundation of the band in 2006. Five years and two albums later, the group released their third LP, "Maybe Tomorrow," earlier this month.
"It kind of just happened," Bauer says of his musical journey. "I'm just going with the flow."
student has got a Paul-Simonmeets- John-Mayer-meets-college style of singing which is
easy on the ears and pleasant to listen to."