We’ve got Social Studies playing their first show in a few months. They’ve been hard at work writing some new tunes, and we’ve got them right here for you in what might very well be their world premier. We’ve also got a quick set for you from Will Sprott, who is perhaps better known for his work with The Mumlers but absolutely a fine solo artist as well. And that is it for Bay Area Live in 2011, folks. Happy New Year!
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