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Monday, September 20, 2010

Ho-Hum - "Ordinary People" at Vino's 20th anniversary

Posted By on Mon, Sep 20, 2010 at 4:50 PM

Saturday night, even the steeliest of regular show-goers were crammed towards the front of the stage,dancing and singing—nope— screaming along for the entirety of Ho-Hum's set. Me, especially, included.

Luckily, local filmmaker Levi Agee took his camera in the middle of the ruckus to catch the band running through one of their best tracks. (Just jump the bar to the 0:52 mark.)

Speaking of best tracks, the set list was a buff, tough machine: "I'm-A-Waking Up," "'Til the Cows Come Home," "Diamonds on Your Birthday," "Handheld," "Exit Strategy."

Also, as far as the night of reunited bands go, we just learned the fun isn't up yet. The reunited Big Boss Line is continuing the party at a last-minute show at White Water Tavern tonight with Brother Andy and His Big Damn Mouth, 10 p.m.-ish.

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