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Wednesday, 16 January 2013 15:01

Concert photos: Reel Big Fish (with Pilfers and Dan Potthast) at the Pageant, Tuesday, January 15

Reel Big Fish at the Pageant Reel Big Fish at the Pageant Ben Mudd
Written by Ben Mudd
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None of the three troops to take the stage on Tuesday night at the Pageant were willing to be outdone.

St. Louis native and MU330 frontman Dan Potthast opened the night and got the band back together for a special set. After starting as a solo act for the first four or five songs, Potthast pulled his MU330 mates into the mix to rile up the crowd, including a young budding guitarist named Kaleb who was singled out of the crowd to help out on a tune.

Pilfers took the stage next, continuing the great interaction with the crowd and keeping everyone bouncing. Reel Big Fish finished off the night with more manic on-stage antics, set to the melodies of their older hits and newer works, all of which received the sing-along treatment from those in the crowd. All three bands remarked on the cold weather outside, but they certainly kept everyone hot inside the venue.

All photos by Ben Mudd.

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