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Roadside Graves

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Roadside Graves

Roadside Graves 

When: Fri., June 24, 7 p.m. 2011
Price: Free

From the anecdote-spitting, string-jamming video clips on Roadside Grave's website, one can safely assume that this band is inclined to get crazy. Vocalist John Gleason, for instance, recalls being accidentally urinated on after a night on the town with his wife to a howling response from a Metuchen, N.J., crowd. But Roadside Grave's repertoire, which includes a bizarre ballad for Liv Tyler, is energetic and straightforward, the sort of stuff to which you can click your heels. The Jerseyites boast a healthy dose of Americana twang, finding a happy melding of country roots and jam-band extensions. —Nina Rajagopalan

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