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Alright, so it’s taken a while to get back to reality, and although I said I’d post about the Touch & Go 25th Anniversary all week, I think I will condense it to 3 days, since the event itself was held over 3 unforgettable days.
I am currently still in Chicago until Wednesday and am probably too giddy over what transpired over the last 3 days to objectively report on The Touch & Go Records 25th Anniversary Party that just went down.