Back in January, I somehow convinced Jaine to drive all the way to Chicago to see our pal Del Barber open for the great James McMurtry because, as I said at the time, “he never comes so close to Winnipeg.” Thanks to James for at least waiting until 2 days after we returned from that (insane) trip to announce a Minneapolis show. When he did announce said show, it was billed as being with The Bottle Rockets, a full band electrified show (Chicago was solo acoustic) and it was on Spring Break. How could we say no?
So, we loaded up the van and trekked down to Minneapolis to see the show at The 400 Bar in Minneapolis on April 1, 2011. It was pretty amazing, despite the cramped, noisy, dingy venue.
Want proof? Check out the evidence below:
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The Lights of Cheyenne: