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In the early 1990s Officer Friendly was Rochester's window into the post-grunge, return-to-rock world of bands like Alice In Chains and Pearl Jam. The band developed a huge following of the hard rock faithful and released two independent albums before hanging it up in search of other adventures. Now begins phase two. Let's hope it lasts.

Officer Friendly, Nasty Habit, and Eyesalve play Friday, July 26, 8:30 p.m., Water Street Music Hall, 204 North Water St., $10-$12,


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