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Friday, August 30, 2013

Photos: Goodie Mob Gets Freaky at the Fillmore

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Thursday, Aug. 29, 2013

The Fillmore

Goodie Mob -- the Southern rap group you know best as the launching vehicle for jellybean-shaped cat lover, Danger Mouse collaborator, and Voice judge Cee-Lo -- came to the Fillmore last night. Costumes were worn, words were rhymed, and Cee-Lo looked as ridiculous as ever. Here, with proof, are photos from the show, courtesy of tireless SF Weekly shooter Christopher Victorio.

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