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Tyler Read and Sound the Alarm, 7, Vino's, $6.
Big John Miller, 8, Afterthought.
School Boy Humor, 9, Juanita's, $7.
Nathan Singleton and Sideshow Tragedy, 10, White Water Tavern, $5.

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