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“Holding his black acoustic Takamine guitar as he waits his turn at Boheme Cafe and Wine Bar's (307 Fairview) open-mike night, Dillard looks more like a burgeoning musician's little brother than one himself.
But then he begins. And wow.”
“You can imagine our surprise, then, when we came across Henry Dillard, who performs as Without A Face, a little more than a year ago.”
“I heart Henry Dillard. The one-man Houston band, known onstage as Without a Face, is strange -- in a totally friendly, outspoken way. He's proud of his weirdness.”
“9:15: Unfortunately, this is actually their last show together. That’s too bad, but it might work out. Their combination of indie-folk-grass, lighthearted, sweet guitars and bluesy bass lines is sneakily charismatic, but the vocalist is engaging enough to carry an acoustic show.”
“Q. I hear the band is breaking up after this show. Why and what's the plan for the future?
A. It's more like we're subtracting all the members but one rather than "breaking up." Only one of us would rather play 100 shows a year instead of 12, or play in front of 5 people instead of not play at all.”
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