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Glass Candy: 7 March 2009 - New York, Le Poisson Rouge

Randy Haecker

Words and Pictures by Randy Haecker

Headlining the Italians Do It Better showcase at NYC's Le Poisson Rouge, the Portland duo Glass Candy delivered a spellbinding set of indie disco magic on Saturday night. Charismatic frontwoman Ida No was joined by musical director and keyboardist extraordinaire Johnny Jewel.

The duo played a selection of underground hits from their 2006 breakthrough album B/E/A/T/B/O/X, as well as a strong selection of material from the newly-released Deep Gems. With a myriad of black and pink balloons piled high on stage, Glass Candy finally appeared after 1:00 am. Opening acts for the concert included Nite Jewel and Twisted Wires.

For more information on Glass Candy and Italians Do It Better visit www.myspace.com/glasscandy.


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