Gazelles, Hey Hollywood, Homer Hiccolm Highlight Spring Indie-Fest

Gazelles' bassist Ron the Bear. (Melanie Gomez)
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Looks like Scion of Dallas is bringing together a bunch of local indie bands for

Spring Indie-Fest '08

. The show, set for March 29 at The Door in Dallas, features some of our favorite Dallas and Denton indie bands. The eight groups on the bill are:

Hey Hollywood


Homer Hiccolm & the Rocketboys


Hush Hush Commotion


Balance Problems


Oceans Firing


Artist vs. Poet




The White Tie Event

. Tickets are only $10 – worth it for the bill. Hell,

worth it

just for Gazelles. Show kicks off at 6:30 p.m. --

Chelsea Ide

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