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I first heard Coyote Run while at Wicked Faire, but didn't have a chance to see their full set until Steampunk World 's Fair. My friend Max had practically leaped out of the hallway where we had been talking, exclaiming, "I have to go Coyote Run is playing--!" My friend in question tends to be very enthused about a lot of things, and from what I had gathered from him before his sudden dash was that Coyote Run was one of the best gypsypunk bands he had ever seen and so it was absolutely imperative that I go see them too. I watched their set and was quite impressed with their crackling energy and great sense of showmanship. And, surprisingly enough, I also found out that they don't identify themselves as steampunk, or even as gypsypunk, but as a Celtic rock band. That in itself is very interesting, considering the variety of international instruments they play and the range of genres they incorporate into their music.

For some examples of the type of tunes they play, I recommend checking out their YouTube videos Whalesong and But For Blood.

Afterward, I got in touch with Coyote Run's lead singer David Doersch to talk about their versatile sound.

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