Club Candids at Band Wagon III

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Good causes always hold a special place in our hearts. That's why we figured we'd check out the third annual Band Wagon Benefit Show on Saturday, April 25th at Modified Arts.

The roster was packed with bands Courtney Marie Andrews, Underscore Orkestra, Dry River Yacht Club, Gospel Claws, In Symmetry, Sister Cities, Towncraft and So and So. Yep, with that many people playing, the gig started at 4:30 p.m. and lasted all night, bringing in funds for the Phoenix Elementary School District music departments.

Not to mention, Carly's Bistro and The Lost Leaf provided drink and food deals. Roosevelt Row was quite a sight that Saturday night. Just take a look at our slideshow and see for yourself.

Modified Arts, 407 E. Roosevelt in Phoenix, www.modified.org. Visit www.bandwagonphoenix.com for more info about the event.

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