crooked i Announces Major Summer Show

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Tuesday, April 2nd, 2013 at 12:01 AM
crooked i Announces Major Summer Show by Cory Vaillancourt

After weeks of rumor, innuendo, and suspense, Marty Schwab and the team at the crooked i announced moments ago that legendary hardcore punk rockers Black Flag will perform at the crooked i on Tuesday, June 11.

Black Flag, the well-known Hermosa Beach, Calf.-based band founded by guitarist Greg Ginn in 1976, has cycled through many members and incarnations and has influenced countless musicians over the past three decades.

"It is amazing that we got them over Cleveland and Pittsburgh," Schwab said. "This is the biggest act I've ever done." Black Flag's appearance at the crooked i continues Schwab's tradition of bringing top-notch musical acts to Erie music lovers.

For more information on this breaking story or to purchase tickets, check out the crooked i's Facebook page, or visit eventbrite.

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