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July 19, 2006 at 8:20pm

Peanut Butter & Honey Toast at Hell's Kitchen

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Dad played the bass guitar and sings, sister pounded the keyboards, junior strumed the guitar and little 8-year-old Walker slapped the skins (and threw his sticks into the crowd). Yes, there's no mistaking the Henriksen family for the Partridge Family. After all, Peanut Butter & Honey Toast actually have a dad, not that greaseball Reuben Kincaid. They also sing their own songs, which are inspired by Stevie Ray Vaughn, George Thorogood and a bit of AC/DC.
Peanut Butter & Honey Toast joined an all-ages show tonight at Hell's Kitchen.  Their performance was a bit rough, but, hell, their 13, 10 and 8.  By time young Walker is in junior high they'll be tight.  Count on it.
I just hope they realize how cool their dad is for landing them a show at Hell's Kitchen. â€" Ken Swarner

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