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[Recommended] Middle Brothers, Dawes and Deer Tick, Majestic Theatre, March 13th

Middle Brother with Dawes and Deer Tick Majestic Theatre, March 13th, 8:30 PM, $16/$18, $45 opera seats, Musical Style:  Rock Middles Brothers is coming to town with Dawes and Deer Tick on March 13th to put on a rock-your-socks off concert at the Majestic.  Middle Brothers is made up of Deer Tick's John McCauley, Dawes' Taylor Goldsmith, and Delta Spirit's Matt Vasquez.  This will be an energetic show that you don't want to miss.  The Majestic is an awesome venue that is conducive to rocking out.  So, if you're of age, grab a few drinks and enjoy the show on Sunday at 8:30PM.  Here is Middle Brothers' song "Me Me Me" below: Middle Brother released their self-titled debut album on March 1st and is definitely something to check out. Why should you see the show?
  1. Matt Vasquez of Delta Spirit is so much fun to see live.
  2. Sunday is the perfect night to do something fun before the start of the work week.
  3. Have you been to the Majestic Theater?  Now is your chance.


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