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Concert photos: Ha Ha Tonka, Kentucky Knife Fight and Tommy and the High Pilots at the Firebird on Friday, November 25

Concert photos: Ha Ha Tonka, Kentucky Knife Fight and Tommy and the High Pilots at the Firebird on Friday, November 25 Ben Mudd
Written by Ben Mudd
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Ha Ha Tonka always comes to entertain and that's just what they did Friday night at the Firebird.

Ha Ha Tonka was gracious enough to bring along some bands that were just as energetic and enigmatic as themselves. Kentucky Knife Fight started out the  feast for the near capacity crowd. Tommy and the High Pilots really kicked things into gear with a considerable amount of sing along from those in attendance. Then Ha Ha Tonka ratcheted up the action and angst with the only possible result being the near overload of sensory pleasure.

All photos by Ben Mudd.

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