By Sarah on September 12, 2011
Well, all, I’m back from my trip abroad and am ready to jump right back in to life here. Sort of. I’ll be at the Matt Pond PA/Rocky Votolato show tonight. They were both fantastic when I saw them earlier this year at Subterranean, so this show shouldn’t be any different. If you’re looking for […]
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By Sarah on October 4, 2010
Bit of a quiet week. I’m headed down to explore a new neighborhood on Friday for a house concert with Antje Duvekot and Lucy Wainwright Roche. I love house concerts, I just wish they weren’t so far away from my little north side cocoon.
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