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SKA | The Pietasters 

Founded in 1990,The Pietasters personify the ska movement of the 80's, which raged in its hometown of Washington, D.C. It was old-time Two-Tone mixed with punk and it wasn't a big deal. The band got together to play house parties, not to become professional musicians. The ska gods had different plans and The Pietasters started a relentless touring regimen. They even backed up James Brown along the way. The band plugs along like a mid-tempo, infectious delight. Get some.

The Pietasters, The Pandemics, and Some Ska Band play Saturday, April 27, 8 p.m. at Flour City Station, 170 East Avenue. $17-$20. Ages 21 and over. 413-5745.;


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