The Iguanas play KSUT

Saxophone player Joe Cabral tunes up. Cabral also sings and plays keyboards and the bajo sexto, a guitar-like Mexican string instrument with 12 strings. Also in the band are Doug Garrison (percussion) and Rod Hodges (guitar, accordion, vocals).
The New Orleans-based Americana band The Iguanas played a live set at KSUT Public Radio on the morning of Friday, June 7 before heading to the Pagosa Folk and Bluegrass Festival for a performance that night. René Coman, the band’s bass player, also contributes on keyboards and vocals.
The medley of instruments, played by The Iguanas, filled the KSUT studio with sound during their live set.
Saxophone player Joe Cabral tunes up. Cabral also sings and plays keyboards and the bajo sexto, a guitar-like Mexican string instrument with 12 strings. Also in the band are Doug Garrison (percussion) and Rod Hodges (guitar, accordion, vocals).
The New Orleans-based Americana band The Iguanas played a live set at KSUT Public Radio on the morning of Friday, June 7 before heading to the Pagosa Folk and Bluegrass Festival for a performance that night. René Coman, the band’s bass player, also contributes on keyboards and vocals.
The medley of instruments played by The Iguanas filled the KSUT studio with sound during their live set.
Jeremy Wade Shockley | The Southern Ute Drum
Jeremy Wade Shockley | The Southern Ute Drum
Jeremy Wade Shockley | The Southern Ute Drum

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