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From GoLocalProv by Rob Duguay, GoLocalProv Music Critic:
On Tuesday night at The Speakeasy located downstairs at Local 121 in downtown Providence, a trifecta of dynamically amazing bands rocked the stage into oblivion. Smith & Weeden, The National Reserve and Grandfather Child were on the bill and great tunes were in store for everyone in attendance. Truly an evening you couldn't forget, it's always a good time when live music is gracing your soul with fantastic vibes at Local 121.
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