Originally from Buffalo and now based in Nashville, the duo plays a pair of free area shows this weekend, focusing on tunes from its latest CD, Some Sunny Day. One of the album's highlights, "Owed to Johnny Cash," was written by Nanni the day the country-music legend died in September 2003. "We feel like we owe a lot of our musical heritage to him," says Koch. "He would play with anyone Beck, Soundgarden, and Tom Petty. It shows the man kept evolving musically. How can you not be inspired by that?"
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