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A handful of Hip hits from Hip Trip Hip tribute at the Place

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 The Place, one again was the place to be, Friday, Sept. 23.  While I missed the Good Love and just  missed The Bridgette Yarwood band, I was in time for local Tragically hip tribute “The Hip Trip.”

Mark Hall and Gabe Thaine of the hip Trip at the Place, Sept. 23. Photo by Richard Amery


 guitarist Mark Hall and bassist Jack Horne, took advantage of wireless units by wandering out into the middle of the soon to be filled dance floor.

They played a brief set of Hip hits.


Gabe Thaine did his best  Gord Downie Impression on a set which was mostly the highlights of the Road  Apples CD beginning with  “ Little Bones,” and “Three Pistols.”

They showed the mellower side of the Hip on “ Bobcaygeon” and picked up the tempo for “ Blow at High Dough.”


They wound up their brief set by digging deep on “ I’ll believe In You” form the Hip’s debut “ Up To Here.”

— By Richard Amery, L.A. Beat Editor

Last Updated ( Thursday, 29 September 2022 17:03 )  
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