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“If you want to go on a vacation, the best place to go is to the past,” lamented Robyn Hitchcock to the polite, seated crowd at the Marathon Center for the Performing Arts in Findlay, Ohio, on April 10. The crowd, who didn’t stay seated for long, was treated to the songs of two legacy acts with 40 year careers whose influence is deeply felt still today in modern alternative rock, indie rock and post-punk.

Photographer Jennifer Taylor was there to capture the action.

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