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Did anyone else see The Frames last night in SF?


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  • Did anyone else see The Frames last night in SF?

    If you don't know who they are, they are the band whose lead singer was in the movie Once.

    The concert was at The Great American Musical Hall and it was great.

    The lead singer was very entertaining in person and all of the musicians including him were awesome.

    The theater is set up a lot like The Golden Horseshoe at DL and my hubby and I had reserved seats in the balcony to the left of the stage so when we looked straight ahead and down , we were directly in front of the lead singer's right side and could see and hear everything perfectly. They only sang "Falling" from "Once" and then they played all the songs from their latest album. It was a great concert!

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