Bob Log III @ The Satellite 

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The Satellite was jam-packed Saturday night with geared up music lovers. The evening opened with The Copper Gamins playing a Black Keys-styled blues rock. Strange Vine, a Fresno duo, musically tore up the house. Bortis Minortis stole the show with a geared up dance-pop performance. Headliner Bob Log III pounded and cajoled everyone into party mode with his raw blues rock stylings. The mosh pit was thumping and heads were bobbing as this wild night in Silver Lake ended like a head on collision. All photos by Michele McManmon.
Published on July 1, 2013
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