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Annuals to headline First Night Raleigh

Posted by on Fri, Oct 16, 2009 at 3:51 PM

Raleigh six-piece Annuals will headline the, well, annual First Night Raleigh celebration on Dec. 31. The band will join a roster that, so far, includes Crucial Fiya, Justin David, Barbara Bailey Hutchinson, Bob Margolin, Lenny Marcus Trio, Wayne Henderson and Jeff Little and El Gleno Grande. If Annuals aren't your co-ed indie rock big band of choice (or of the day), The Love Language plays Local 506 on New Year's Eve, too.

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