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20 Years at Club Congress 

click to enlarge Doin' the Doo in the ladies' room: Doo Rag performs a surprise set for about 40 lucky, sweaty fans in the women's bathroom at the Rialto Theatre.
  • Doin' the Doo in the ladies' room: Doo Rag performs a surprise set for about 40 lucky, sweaty fans in the women's bathroom at the Rialto Theatre.
click to enlarge Greg Petix performs with The Weird Lovemakers once again.
  • Greg Petix performs with The Weird Lovemakers once again.
click to enlarge Chris Cacavas, Bruce Halper and Chris Burroughs work out the kinks during a soundcheck at Club Congress.
  • Chris Cacavas, Bruce Halper and Chris Burroughs work out the kinks during a soundcheck at Club Congress.
click to enlarge Everywhere Chick Cashman goes, dancing girls seem to follow.
  • Everywhere Chick Cashman goes, dancing girls seem to follow.

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