While Jimmy Buffett serenaded a capacity Sprint Center audience Saturday night with such party anthems as “Margaritaville,” the Old 97’s performed booze-soaked songs about broken relationships and the curative properties of alcohol several blocks away at Crossroads KC.
While Jimmy Buffett serenaded a capacity Sprint Center audience Saturday night with such party anthems as “Margaritaville,” the Old 97’s performed booze-soaked songs about broken relationships and the curative properties of alcohol several blocks away at Crossroads KC. File photo Paul Moore
While Jimmy Buffett serenaded a capacity Sprint Center audience Saturday night with such party anthems as “Margaritaville,” the Old 97’s performed booze-soaked songs about broken relationships and the curative properties of alcohol several blocks away at Crossroads KC. File photo Paul Moore
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Old 97’s perform booze-soaked songs for small Crossroads KC crowd

June 07, 2015 08:54 AM

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