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Friday, July 1, 2011

Music Links: Debunking the Kreayshawn Myth, Battlehooch Live, A B & the Sea Pics, and More

Posted By on Fri, Jul 1, 2011 at 4:47 PM

click to enlarge Battlehooch will presumably have a larger performance space than its tour van tonight.
  • Battlehooch will presumably have a larger performance space than its tour van tonight.

Is there truth to the Kreayshawn myth? [East Bay Express]

Battlehooch has a new live record -- but the only way to get it is to go to the show tonight! [The Bay Bridged]

How the Honey Island Swamp Band -- New Orleans' hottest funk-rock outfit -- started at the Boom Boom Room in S.F. [SF Gate]

Photos from A B & the Sea's headlining show Thursday night at the Rickshaw. [7x7]

Tonight at midnight: Purple Rain is screening at the Castro Theatre. [SFist]

Also: A quick reminder that we're back up on Tuesday. Have a nice weekend everybody!

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