Picture Show: The Old 97's Wrap Up Their Four-Night Residency at Sons of Hermann Hall

Like the Toadies, the Old 97's too closed out 2009 with a multiple-night run at one of its old haunts. And, on Wednesday night, as the Toadies launched its brief Trees run, the 97's brought its four-nighter to a close just up the road on Elm Street at Sons of Hermann Hall. Photographer Kevin Todora was there to catch the band in all its "an evening with..." glory--and offers up his findings in this here slideshow. Check it out.
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