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LAist @ Sundance 2011: Cee-Lo Green At SPiN Galactic Lounge At Bing Bar, 01/23/11
The hottest musical performances of the very cold Sundance 2011 opening weekend have been at Bing Bar. Continuing the trend of Grammy nominated awesomeness, SPiN Galactic and Continuum Entertainment Group presented Cee-Lo Green on Sunday night. Green and his 5 nominations for "Fuck You," delivered a short but packed set that included the Gnarly Barkley hitmachine "Crazy" and a sweaty, in-the-crowd, sing-a-long, dance party.
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