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Gold & Grey live(stream)

Posted by Loren on September 1, 2020

Gold & Grey live(stream)
photo by Pam Strohm

Baroness has announced a live performance of their Gold & Grey album in its entirety -- a first for the band -- at Sept. 10 from Culture Lab Lic at The Plexall Gallery.

Gold & Grey released last year. Tickets are available for $14.99 and include access to the performance for unlimited viewing for 48-hours.

Gold & Grey live(stream)
photo by Pam Strohm

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