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Comfort For Change to Play at New Nine Ten Club Before Taking a Hiatus From Performing

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Catch AZ rockers Comfort For Change - before they take a hiatus - at Tempe's new Nine Ten Club Saturday, May 9. The Nine Ten Club was live music haunt Boston's way back when and Club Macarena more recently and is located at 910 N. McClintock Drive, hence the name.

The band is taking some time off to record their forthcoming album, a follow up to last year's Stories That Didn't Hit The Page, which New Times music editor Martin Cizmar gave a glowing review.

Comfort For Change will perform with Digital Summer and Giantkiller at Nine Ten Club's big grand opening bash. The show is all-ages and tickets are $10-$15.

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