Feb 01 2012
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Photo

Chicago’s own Bears of Blue River travel to Avoca, NE - a place that typically houses a modest population of 275 residents. However, on the last Saturday of every January, thousands of people flock to the small town to partake in the annual duck races, called “The Quack Off.” The event is held as a fundraiser for the volunteer fire department, and this year Love Drunk captured The Bears of Blue River perform at the races. To check the video of the band perform their song, “Cry Baby,” click here.

Chicago’s own Bears of Blue River travel to Avoca, NE - a place that typically houses a modest population of 275 residents. However, on the last Saturday of every January, thousands of people flock to the small town to partake in the annual duck races, called “The Quack Off.” The event is held as a fundraiser for the volunteer fire department, and this year Love Drunk captured The Bears of Blue River perform at the races. To check the video of the band perform their song, “Cry Baby,” click here.

 



Oct 13 2011
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Video

McCarthy Trenching might be one of the only local bands that has the ability to take you back in time and make you feel like you’re floating down the Mighty Mississippi on a log raft with Huck Finn.  Their new video for “Oh Nancy,” shot by the Love Drunk crew, does not fall short of fulfilling that mentality.  If you missed McCarthy Trenching last night at Lincoln Calling, be sure to check them out tomorrow night at O’Leaver’s with Kill County and The Bears of Blue River.  Should be quite nostalgic.