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DeVotchKa Kills It On Conan O'Brien

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As expected, Nick Urata and company absolutely murdered it on Conan. Makes us proud to be from Denver, and even more so to be able to claim them as our own. "If I had seen them back when I was playing violin in eighth grade," says Patty Calhoun, "I would've been a lot hipper, and I would've been proud to carry my dorky violin case." That's a direct quote from el jefe del Westword regarding DeVotchKa's performance of "The Clockwise Witness" last night. See for yourself after the jump. -- Dave Herrera

Thanks to The Music Slut for posting the video that's embedded here.

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