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Show Photos: Blue Moose Halloween Show: Cop Bar, HOTT, Middleagers from Mars – 10.29


Occassionally, I can’t settle for only being in one place at any given time, and it’s usually on nights when there is more than one awesome show in this town. Last weekend I ping-ponged back and forth between Gabe’s Halloween show and the one at the Blue Moose. I don’t play favorites, so lemme  just say that the debacle at the Blue Moose was one of great fury, suited to rock the socks off of anybody. Cop Bar proved to be much more entertaining than the real boys in blue, HOTT sizzled as they always do and Middleagers from Mars tore up the stage again this year as the Misfits. This show was well worth hobbling up Iowa Avenue in pinchy high heels between each set.  This topped off a great Halloween weekend and here’s the proof:


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