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You Hang Up Finally Books Non-Secret Phoenix Show

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Frankie Muniz's band You Hang Up will finally make its [triumphant/embarrassing/predictable/mediocre/incredible?] Phoenix debut with a show at Scottsdale's Martini Ranch on September 4.

It's been nearly a year since the band hired on the former Malcolm In The Middle child star as a drummer (before ever actually hearing him play in person) and oh what a ride it's been.

I know a lot of folks in the local music scene have been waiting for this show. Sadly, I will be in LA that weekend. Don't worry, though, Up On The Sun will have something extra special planned to honor the occasion. Stay tuned.

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