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Posted by Live From Studio M on October 20, 2010

Studio M visited by the band Guster Friday October 15 – you can check out the videos from the session below.

Intern Emily attended their show later that night at Overture – you can read her great review + let us know what you thought of the show!


Satellite


Amsterdam


Do You Love Me


Stay With Me Jesus

Thanks to Ryan Heraly + True Endeavors for the awesome videography

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  1. I’m glad that the sound quality on the videos on the vocals is so strong. I was at the concert on the 15th and I thought Guster’s vocals were washed out – at least in the front row of the balcony. In previous shows at the Barrymore, Summerfest, Rave and Carthage College – the vocal sounds were stronger. Great band!

    Comment by Rocky Falcone — October 20, 2010 @ 3:27 pm

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