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The Young Pixels and Hey Pilgrim

Tricia Turner, Paul Pilgrim, Tom Pilgrim, Justin Pilgrim, Scott Pilgrim and Danny Turner.

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Tricia Turner, Paul Pilgrim, Tom Pilgrim, Justin Pilgrim, Scott Pilgrim and Danny Turner.

Nothing spells a good night better than these two popular bands put in one room on one night.

Jana Starling and Danette Rendman.

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Jana Starling and Danette Rendman. (MARIAH PHILLIPS)

Ayla Pont and Gennifer Furkalo.

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Ayla Pont and Gennifer Furkalo. (MARIAH PHILLIPS)

Dave Comrie and Hailey Smith.

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Dave Comrie and Hailey Smith. (MARIAH PHILLIPS)

The Double Decker Tavern was bumping on Friday, Dec. 27 with faithful Young Pixels and Hey Pilgrim followers out to drink and dance the night away.

The Young Pixels are a husband/wife duo with a sound that is raw and elegantly simplistic.

Tricia and Danny Turner move effortlessly between electric guitar, drums and vocals, trading places often and amazing the audience with the beautiful music they can create with minimal instrumentation.

Hey Pilgrim is a group of four like-minded guys with a love for music. These dudes create dirty steadfast melodies that get into your guts and help you remember why you started listening to music in the first place.

Check them out online at: myspace.com/youngpixels and manitobamusic.com/heypilgrim

Republished from the Brandon Sun print edition January 4, 2014

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