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See Dale Earnhardt Jr. Jr. (the Band, Not the NASCAR Guy) FREE Tonight

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I've been waiting a year to see these a-holes!

Waaaay back in April I told you about a Michigan-based band called Dale Earnhardt Jr. Jr. and I had a dream. My dream was selfish, but heartfelt: That Jr. Jr., whose demos had been on constant repeat on my iPod since I got my grabby grabby little hands on them, would get signed so that they would get sent out to San Francisco on tour.

Judging by how shit’s going, right now is probably the only time in my life that I’ll get to say this, but MY DREAM HAS COME TRUE!! Jr. Jr. is now signed to Quite Scientific Records and is playing at Milk Bar tonight as part of Rumble SF to fulfill my musical fantasies! Since April, the band has put out a really good EP and recorded a Daytrotter Session, which is kind of a huge deal. Did my post back in April have anything to do with it? I guess we’ll never know.

The show tonight also features Taxes and Oona, who are both worth coming early to see. And the best part? As usual, this Rumble show is FREE if you RSVP here. Woo!

The Rumble SF Presents Dale Earnhardt Jr. Jr., Taxes & Oona Live at The Milk Bar Wednesday, September 8, 8pm 1840 Haight Street (btwn Shrader & Stanyan) [Upper Haight] FREE!
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