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LA roots rock band The Record Company performs live at KPCC




Alex Cohen watches as The Record Company performs live at the Crawford Family Forum.
Alex Cohen watches as The Record Company performs live at the Crawford Family Forum.
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KPCC's Crawford Family Forum has been home to film screenings, debates and other fabulous events, but earlier this week Take Two had its very first performance chat there with The Record Company.

They're an LA-based roots rock trio made up of guitarist Chris Vos, bassist Alex Stiff and drummer Marc Cazorla, and all three members can sing. 

Their raw blend of blues and rock and roll is catching on quickly, as the band has been playing with the likes of Buddy Guy, Social Distortion, and BB King. Their latest single "Feels So Good" was even featured in the theatrical trailer for "Last Vegas," starring Robert De Niro, Michael Douglas and Morgan Freeman. 

You can check out their most recent album "Feels So Good" on Spotify, or you can catch them live at a performance on January 25th at Hotel Cafe.

The band brought their gear to the KPCC's studios for an interview and to play a couple live tracks: