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Boom Chick 

Boom Chick plays a special Sunday night show at Abilene to remind us of two universal truths: summer is hot and rock music should be loud. With songs like "When I Don't Love my Rock and Roll" or "Ghost of Bo Diddley," it's no secret that the group pays homage to the golden age of American music, but the distorted guitar and fuzzy vocals of Frank Hoier over the no-frills percussion of Moselle Spiller emulate those rock legends beyond surface-level tribute. While Boom Chick calls Brooklyn home, Abilene is probably the best place to see this upbeat act; it's a place where elbows rub and, above all else, music reigns. — BY JARED BENNETT

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