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Aw, Crap: 100 Damned Guns Can't Play Tomorrow's Showcase

100 Damned Guns ain't playing tomorrow. Sorry. (Vishal Malhotra)

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Some bad news, gang: Due to a personal matter that just came up with one of 100 Damned Guns' members, the band will not be playing our showcase tomorrow.

As a result, there will be no 7 p.m. set at Sugar Shack, and the festivities there will begin at 8 p.m. with THe BAcksliders.

We apologize about the last-minute switch.

But, since we're on the subject of DOMA stuff, I might as well take this time to remind you that voting ends tomorrow. So, you better get to it, if you haven't participated yet. --Pete Freedman

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