Live at Maha: The Millions

Lincoln's the Millions will once again be missed. The alternative dream-poppers, who were on major label subsidiary of Polygram Records in the early 1990s, played the final set of their brief reunion. The set showed a seasoned professionalism despite the band's lengthy hiatus. The band is anchored by Lori Allison's breathy, but powerful vocals and guitarist Harry Dingman III's shimmering, beautiful guitar lines. It's a sound that would easily fit into today's indie pop spectrum. So far, it's been a Maha Music Festival highlight.

posted at 03:46 pm
on Saturday, August 17th, 2013

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