The Dallas Observer St. Patrick's Day Concert with Ryan Bingham, In Photos

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From the looks of it, the St. Patrick's Day Concert with Ryan Bingham was not for the weary kind (see what I did there?). Somewhere in between the SXSW chaos and the Mark Cuban-Saved-Parade, we got a batch set of photos from the scene from photographer Jay Barker. The scene, of course, was our Irish Drinking Day's concert in Energy Square with Ryan Bingham & the Dead Horses, Jonathan Tyler & the Northern Lights, the Whiskey Folk Ramblers, and Hunter Hendrickson. Damn sad I missed it.

A few of our favorite shots below (shots being the operative word), and check out the rest in Jay's slide show. Hope it was a non-weary time.

Update: Ryan Bingham tweeted the setlist from the show, which is after the ol' jump.

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