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  • The Struts

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    Britain’s pop/rock poster boys recently brought their “Everybody Wants” world tour to Orlando, FL for a sold-out performance at The Social. Christopher Long was there, waiting like a giddy schoolgirl when the band rolled into town.

  • Miniature Tigers

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    Indie-pop band Miniature Tiger’s fun, upbeat, danceable tunes and contagious positivity wowed Alexa Harris at the Social.

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    Two Gallants graciously return to stage to woo the fans that love them — a lot.

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