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Mountain Holler, Jun Bustamante, Archaic Interest, Real Live Tigers 

When: Tue., Jan. 29, 8 p.m. 2013
Price: $3-$5
Black Valley Collective, the most recent mixed-used space to open in the St. Pete Warehouse District, stages this Tuesday night live music shennany featuring three St. Pete acts – Mountain Holler (Black Valley founder/Bestof the Bay MVP award-winner Mark Etherington, solo), activist folk-blues songstress Jun Bustamante, and sinuous Doors-droning surf-garage three-piece Archaic Interest – along with one out-of-towner, Real Live Tigers, the experimental folk-blues project of low-voiced Arkansas musician Tony Presley.
— Leilani Polk

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