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A perfect storm blows in on first Friday

Submitted by on July 8, 2011 – 5:29 pmNo Comment

Despite a massive storm that blew into the capital region and threatened to shut down the first Friday of Bluesfest 2011, The Black Keys took to stage, a little late and, to the crowd’s delight, performed a little late. Rarely do the authorities in the nation’s capital allow the music to play on later than the 11:00 p.m. by-law, but on this night The Black Keys managed to bend the rules and rock until nearly 11:30! A true feat in Ottawa and an OUTSTANDING performance by the Keys.

Text by Rémi L. Roy; all photos by Alexander Vlad

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