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Tea Leaf Green Plays The Compound on New Year's Eve

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San Francisco's Tea Leaf Green -- a sort of neo-folkie indie rock outfit that recalls My Morning Jacket and a lot of 60s acts from their native city -- will play burgeoning North Phoenix venue The Compound Grill on New Year's Eve. I really dig their sound (mp3 below).

If you live up north this would be a great show to see on NYE, since your cab fare is gonna be a lot less than, say, from Celebrity Theatre, where Roger Clyne is playing or the Yucca Tap Room, which hosts The Love Me Nots.

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