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Shuggie Otis @ The El Rey Theatre 

April 29, 2013
Shuggie Otis returned home to Los Angeles and The El Rey Theatre on Saturday, April 27, with a solid performance of new material along with the classics, including an encore of "Strawberry Letter 23" and :Ice Cold Daydream." Jesca Hoop opened the show.

All photos by Timothy Norris.

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Shuggie Otis returned home to Los Angeles and The El Rey Theatre on Saturday, April 27, with a solid performance of new material along with the classics, including an encore of "Strawberry Letter 23" and :Ice Cold Daydream." Jesca Hoop opened the show.

All photos by Timothy Norris.

Published on April 29, 2013
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