When it comes to performing live, Louis York gives their best. The outlandish pair returned to Nashville to deliver amazing live renditions of “Don’t Play” and “Valentine” from their Masterpiece Theater trilogy.
The duo’s lead vocalist Claude Kelly buttered up the crowd with his electrifying pipes as he belted the inviting lyrics of “Don’t Play.” His equally talented co-star Chucky Harmony did a fantastic job serenading concertgoers through the colorful notes of his keyboard.
Louis York smoothly transitioned into “Valentine” which appears on their 2015 EP Masterpiece Theater – Act 1. As expected, the two hipsters put on another magical performance and captivated the music soul of viewers.
On the music front, Louis York closed out 2018 by releasing a lulling tune titled “Music & Weed.” The trendy dyad is working aggressively on their long-awaited debut album Deep Fried Veggies, due later this year.
Watch the magic below.
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