Just Announced: Lake Street Dive at Club Helsinki!
By Jake Swain
on Sat, Jun 13, 2015 at 4:00 AM
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Lake Street Dive just announced a September 5 show at Club Helsinki in Hudson. The band’s new album Bad Self-Portraits has already been hailed “album of the year” by Huffington Post, and described by Rolling Stone as “a fresh, knowing collection of tunes that split the difference between Motown soul, Sixties pop zip, and British Invasion swagger.” Tickets range from $35-$45 and will sell out fast, so order yours now here.
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