Be Part Of Salim Nourallah's Live DVD Taping Tomorrow Night At Sons of Hermann Hall

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So, speaking of Sons of Hermann Hall: Tomorrow night at the much-beloved Deep Ellum venue, audiences can take in two of the best (and most beautifully understated) pop-rock acts the city has to offer as Salim Nourallah & The Noise and I Love Math will be sharing the bill (alongside similarly top-notch pop rockers Buttercup from San Antonio).

And, as a special treat, Nourallah's gonna be filming his set with The Noise for a live DVD package. The DVD's release will coincide with the upcoming release of Nourallah's new album Live at Pleasantry Lane 2. --Pete Freedman

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