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From GoLocalProv by Rob Duguay, GoLocalProv Music Critic:
If you're a Rhode Islander over the age of 21, chances are you've gulped down a Tall Boy from Narragansett Beer at least once in your life. The legendary brewery celebrated its 122nd Anniversary of being a staple for good times in The Ocean State at The Met in Pawtucket this past Friday featuring a handful of the best acts in New England. Along with the ravishing Gansett Girls taking pictures for the release of Narragansett's 2013 Hi Neighbor! Calendar, Sharks Come Cruisin', Michelle Lewis, The 'Mericans, The Brother Kite and The Rice Cakes brought their musical talents to the stage for a night filled will tasty brews and indulgent music.
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