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Fête d'Lorenza pulls out the stops

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KUT's lady-about-town, Laurie Gallardo, is throwing a birthday bash at Mohawk tomorrow night, and hosting a rainbow of local guests, including...

Stereo Is a Lie, Elevated Lines, One Hundred Flowers, Ross Dubois, the Midgetmen, Melogrand, She Sir, and Dead Black Hearts.

Elevated Lines is the new pop endeavor from Sixteen Deluxe axewoman Carrie Clark, with fellow Deluxer Steven Hall and Fastball's Tony Scalzo, among others. They've got a release coming in the fall.

In addition, there will be giveaways and freebies and drinks. Wearing Joey Ramone wigs is encouraged.

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