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Thursday, February 3, 2011

In Case You Haven't Heard, We're Having a Free Party This Friday with Richie Cunning and Blackbird Blackbird

Posted By on Thu, Feb 3, 2011 at 4:35 PM

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Yeah, so, not that there isn't a ton of good stuff going on tomorrow evening, as with any normal Friday in S.F., but we'd love to meet you at the Fifty24Gallery in Lower Haight. We'll be holding court there with Blackbird Blackbird, Richie Cunning, a shit-ton of free Pabst Blue Ribbon (note: tastes better than non-free PBR), and your favorite writers and photographers from this very music blog.

Party kicks off at 6 and runs 'til 10, with both performances in the 7-9 p.m. window, so you can definitely stop by for a beer, a chat, and a few beats before heading off to Public Works or Cafe Du Nord or the Independent or wherever.

After the jump, we attempt to bring you fence-sitters down on the side of "will attend." And no, it's not a picture of us naked.



Blackbird Blackbird - Pure (Official Music Video) from Isaac Bauman on Vimeo.

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