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CONCERT REVIEW: SHY GIRLS, ROCK & ROLL HOTEL / WASHINGTON D.C.

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Shy Girls played an emotional set on Wednesday, 2/8, at the Rock & Roll Hotel in Washington D.C. Dan Vidmar screamed and seduced from the stage, moving everyone in the intimate venue. Couples joined at the hips to his ethereal R&B, as the sounds and lights induced a trancelike state. His set ranged from the first song released from Shy Girls, ‘Under Attack’ (sax included), to songs from his latest album, ‘Salt.’ The crowd, which included his parents, appeared laid-back and pleased throughout the show, and insisted he return to the stage for an encore. Which, to my delight, graced us with my personal favorite, ‘Arrest Me.’ Dan’s performance is strong and sincere, adding another layer to the lush music that is Shy Girls.

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