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The Current's 14th Birthday parties

The Current's 14th Birthday Party

This weekend The Current celebrates 14 years on the radio with two nights of live performances at First Avenue. The back-to-back birthday events will feature eight acts over the course of two concerts on Friday, January 18, and Saturday, January 19.

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