Hootenanny '08, Mike Ness, Tiger Army and More

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Mon, Jul 7, 2008 at 5:30 PM

Photos by Patrick Range McDonald

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Grant Lee Phillips is not the first person you'd think of to play Hootenanny, but he played a great set in the prescribed style.

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Mike Ness takes the stage as one of the closers at the roots rock fest.

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California's own Tiger Army

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More photos of the day from Patrick McDonald here.

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