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Sunday, January 16, 2011

Dü you remember: Grant Hart at Motorco

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Photo by David FellerathGrant Hart, left, played Friday night with The VenablesGrant HartJan. 14, 2011Motorco, Durham “There’s no success like failure.” —some guy from Minnesota As we approached the front door of Motorco, we saw that a singer/ guitarist was flailing away on stage. He had long, dark hair and for a few frantic moments, we thought Grant Hart had already begun his set. We hadn’t really seen recent photographs of the Hüsker Dü drummer, so the singer on stage—who turned out to be Erik Sugg of The Static Minds—was a passable doppelgänger for Hart two decades ago. After The...

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