Applying the polka and world-music dance treatment to a most unlikely song lineup (“FOLKS ARE Strange,” “Sixteen Tons,” “In-A-Gadda-Da-Vida,” “O Holy Night”), Daring Combo produced in the late ’70s in the tiny Texas hometown of vocalist and guitarist Carl Finch, documented three albums for the self-owned Four Dots label, and later transferred to Rounder. The group’s line-up, though continuously shifting, begun to coalesce around Finch, horn participant Jeffrey Barnes, bassist Bubba Hernandez, and either Mitch Sea or Joseph Cripps on percussion. After putting your signature on with Rounder in the later ’80s, Daring Combo released the 1987 compilation Musical Types before documenting nine albums using the label with the middle-’90s. The group also supported pop body Tiny Tim on his last assortment of music, 1996’s Female. Polkasonic followed 3 years afterwards, and in the springtime of 2000 Daring Combo resurfaced with Procedure. After documenting a live record for Cleveland International (Kick-Ass Polkas, 2001), in 2003 they came back to Rounder for Container of Spirits, a assortment of traditional themes decked out Brave Combo design. Among many other documenting and performing actions through the 21st hundred years, the music group also made an appearance on avant accordionist extraordinaire Man Klucevsek’s The Multiple Character Reunion Tour in 2012.