Aaron Bogan 5:30 a.m., Sept. 20
Denver Lucas (foreground) and Gabe Voile. He tipped me that they were going to be opening at the Casbah for Drive Like Jehu, a local band whose album had recently gotten a rave review in Rolling Stone.
Posted July 23, 2003
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