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Canon Plays Free Tonight at Union Station

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Every since we announced that Canon would be playing tonight at Union Station, I've started to really like their music after buying a few tracks on iTunes (they even were an iTunes Staff Pick). Since then, they have become staples on my iPod for working out and for at home background music.

Tonight, they play for free, well not really. It will at least cost you $1.25. Your Metro ticket is your admission into the Old Ticket Room at Union Station. The biggest question for me is if Canon will be arriving via Metro too. We don't want to hear any excuses about drums being too cumbersome to deal with on the train. That's what roadies train monkeys are for.

More details on Metro's website and on our earlier post.

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