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Concert photos: Primus and the Dead Kenny G's at the Pageant, Sunday, May 29

Concert photos: Primus and the Dead Kenny G's at the Pageant, Sunday, May 29 Nate Burrell
Written by Nate Burrell
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The line wrapped around the building at the Pageant on Sunday night showing just how beloved Primus is here in the brick city.

Featuring Les Claypool -- one of the best bass players in modern times -- Primus brought a lot of energy, crazy lighting, and a show that had the crowd in a low-grade uproar. Personally, I had never seen them perform before, and I was pretty impressed from what I saw, especially with Claypool; it isn't often that you get to see someone absolutely own their instrument, as if it's an extension of their person. Pretty awesome to say the least.

All photos by Nate Burrell. See more at my Flickr stream.

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