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Stageside Blogging: The Spread

Brett is here with that report from the food table:

A local music awards ceremony with a free buffet and a bunch of starving artist types makes this place look like a punk soup kitchen. With a line that wrapped around, spanning wall to wall, locals were gonna get their free grub on.

I caught Born Liars and Sideshow Tramps guitarist Scott McNeil and his wife Shannon coming off the food line with not one, not two but three plates of free goodness. Seeing how bands that don't suck typically have catering backstage before shows, I trust the two and their opinion on the matter. According to Shannon the quesadillas received a paltry 5.5 on a 10 point scale, a serious low rating for Texas. However, the coronary-inducing Philly cheesesteak egg rolls and spinach dip are pure goodness.

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