Local Musician on Quest to Sell Out Grog Shop Show

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For nearly a decade, local singer-guitarist Bobby Vaughn has gigged around town with his indie rock band the Promise Hero. His favorite venue is the Grog Shop and he’s on a campaign to sell the place out when he performs there on May 9. He’s dubbed the show #selloutthegrog and has put together a clever video featuring testimonials from friends and family (and Grog Shop owner Kathy Blackman). These Knees, Keys & Corridors, 4 Door Theatre, Surrounding Cities and Caught Up in a Dream share the bill. Tickets are $5 ADV, $8 DOS. Here's the video:




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