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“The opening act, Ollin (pronounced "oh-leen"), blew me away. They played a mix of traditional Mexican music, Irish folk music reminiscent of the Pogues, and Jewish Klezmer music. The Rodarte Brothers, Randy and Scott, fronted the band and had everyone standing and clapping for more. You could tell that even though the music was not hard that the spirit of punk rock was there. They then informed the crowd that they’d be performing the entire Rum, Sodomy, and the Lash album by the Pogues for St. Patrick’s Day before covering a Pogues song. They talked about teaching music to kids who were huge Minor Threat fans.” --RazorCake
“Richie Havens is a genius minstrel who continues to evolve; he's hardly stuck in the halcyon daze of Aquarian Age phantasy except in adhering to humanism first. If y'all wanna be perpetually stuck on the notion of him self-mythologizing across the split screen of Woodstock, you're welcome to your myopia. The rest of us who respect and honor the man will be rockin' and rollin' aboard the peace train.” --PopMatters
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