DFW Music News

Spooky Folk Fans Explain What the Band Means to Them at the Farewell Show

It was an emotional night for more than a hundred who gathered for Denton's folk-pop quintet Spooky Folk's farewell show at Dan's Silverleaf on Monday night. The beloved five are putting their live shows on hiatus so that singer Kaleo Kaualoku can marry and move to Denver at the end of the month. Several "thank yous" were said from stage during the duration of the band's two-part set, which included a shout out to Chris Hughes, who is currently recording the band's sophomore album. We talked to several fans and friends in attendance about their favorite memories and why Spooky Folk is so important.

See also: - Spooky Folk Isn't Breaking Up, But it's A Farewell All the Same - Chris Hughes is an Engineer Who Knows the Difference Between Correct and True

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Rachel Watts
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