Entertainment, Springfield

Downside Up flips expectations – ‘Old hard-rockers’ can help in a jam

Downside Up bass player Kurt Krause, a Springfield resident, rocks out on Friday the 13th at Mohawk Tavern in Springfield. Ron Hartman/The Chronicle

SPRINGFIELD – Downside Up is a pro's pro band, the kind you can call on when you're in a jam.
You need a rock band, check. You need a dance band, double check. You need a multi-genre band for a mixed crowd, just go ahead and check all of the boxes.
You really have to admire Downside Up for two reasons:
Even though the . . .

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