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Reverend Peyton spins at Larimer Lounge tonight

Reverend Peyton will be a guest DJ tonight at Larimer Lounge as part of Matt Fecher's New Music Mondays. We're guessing that the Rev might be spinning some of his favorite bluesmen who inspired the singer/guitarist like Charley Patton, Bukka White, Mississippi John Hurt, Son House and Big Bill Broonzy. But if you can't make it down tonight, he'll be raising some hell with his Big Damn Band, which includes his wife Washboard Breezy and his brother Jayme, tomorrow night and New Year's Eve when they open for Flogging Molly at the Fillmore Auditorium. There's no cover tonight and $2 Jim Beam, $2 well drinks and $2 PBRs, which is a pretty damn good deal. -- Jon Solomon

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