I worked the centennial celebration at the Los Angeles Natural History Museum and the headliner was none other than DEVO, and those weirdos still rock. June 9th, 2013 marked the 100th birthday of the museum and a giant sea creature feature was dedicated;
Supporting the new-wave pioneers in the museum’s impromptu amphitheater were GZA The Genius (Wu-Tang Clan) and folk rockers Fool’s Gold. A great day to see dinosaurs rock at the museum.
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