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Ladies and gents, this is a touch navel-gazing, but we have a celebrity here in the office, (in our midst, folks!). We just can’t figure out which one. That’s where you come in. See, our Night & Day man (and frontman of the Naptime Shake), Noah W. Bailey resembles about a gazillion different laid-back musicians. He gets comparisons, like, every time he leaves his cube. We’d like your vote on which one (of these most-mentioned celebs) he looks the most like. Check out the photos below.

Our Noah W. Bailey


Benny Andersson of Abba

Travis Tritt

Chuck Mangione

Ronnie Van Zant of Lynyrd Skynyrd

Senior of Junior Senior

First one to respond wins an autographed photo of Noah. Seriously. You know you want one. All kidding aside, leave a comment with your vote and at 5 p.m. Thursday we'll throw all the names in a hat, draw one and the winner will score some sweet concert tickets (we'll give you a couple choices, because we know you guys are eclectic). -- Merritt Martin and your DC-9 friends

P.S. Check back on Friday to find out who won and the vote totals.

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