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Friday, August 6, 2010

Watch Sonny & the Sunsets Play 'Don't Act Dumb' On a Chicago Railroad Track

Posted By on Fri, Aug 6, 2010 at 10:11 AM


Big blue Chicago skies, skyline in the background, and the railroad yards that make the great midwestern city famous -- an appropriate setting for the vintage sound of San Francisco's Sonny & the Sunsets. Watch Sonny Smith and the rest of his band scrape out "Don't Act Dumb" on maracas and battery-powered amps, courtesy of Pitchfork and San Francisco's Yours Truly, and enjoy how much they look like a bunch of musical vagabonds.

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