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Smash Mouth to replace Soul Asylum at Rock and Roll Marathon

Although Soul Asylum was originally slated perform at the finish line of the Sports Authority Rock 'n Roll Denver Marathon on Sunday, October 9, the band won't be able to make it due to scheduling conflicts. Smash Mouth is stepping in to fill the headlining slot for the marathon, which also twenty-six local acts like New Ben Franklins, Cole Whalen, Midnight Vine and the Resonatorz at every mile of the race. For more information, including a full list of bands and registration, visit Competitor.com.

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