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Concert photos: Old Crow Medicine Show (with Chuck Mead and his Grassy Knoll Boys) at the Pageant, Friday, July 20

Concert photos: Old Crow Medicine Show (with Chuck Mead and his Grassy Knoll Boys) at the Pageant, Friday, July 20 Kelsey McClure
Written by Kelsey McClure
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If Chuck Mead and his Grassy Knoll Boys sang songs as classy as their outfits, your grandmother would have loved their set. In full country and western git-up from their boots to their hats, Chuck Mead and his boys put on a twangy and charming performance.

Old Crow Medicine Show played a mix of older songs and newer material from their latest record that's barely 72 hours old. The most hootin' and hollerin' came about for "Methamphetamine" and later "Cocaine." However, neither were a match for "Wagon Wheel"; from the floor to the rafters, everyone joined in to sing and sway along. To wrap things up, Chuck Mead and company joined Old Crow on stage and crooned their way through the Band's "The Night They Drove Old Dixie Down."

All photos by Kelsey McClure.

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