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Wednesday, April 26, 2017
Waterfront Wednesday
Maximon
Whitehorse
Murder By Death
Kimmet & Doug
Tesla
Def Leppard
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Wednesday, April 26, 2017

I never was a Poison fan, but I do like me some Def Leppard. They are amazing in concert! I love the duo guitar work by Vivian Campbell and Phil Collen. It's mind blowing!! So I'm going to try to review this one.

--Eddy Metal

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Thursday, April 27, 2017

Avatar is coming to Mercury Ballroom: on Thursday, April 27. Sweden's greatest export! Avatar. This will probably sell out so you might want to get those tickets asap. Pick Your Poison and local hardcore band VAMT are opening the show.

--Eddy Metal

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R. L. Burnside's grandson and drummer Cedric brings the Cedric Burnside Project back to Zanzabar on April 27, for an evening of Mississippi blues. Sound Company and Home Grown Head open. Tickets are $12adv/$15. Check out "Don't You Let My Baby Ride":

--Paul Moffett

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Friday, April 28, 2017

The Eagles of Death Metal survived the Paris terrorist attack at  the Bataclan, even though the terrorists were looking for the "Yanks." Their road manager was among the casualties, so it affected them deeply. They're working on a film about the attack. In any case, note that they are not a death metal any in any sense. They'll be at Mercury Ballroom on April 28, with The Beaches opening. Tickets are $25 +. Listen to "Complexity" for a taste of what they do:

--Paul Moffett

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