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X mates drop by the MFA

From left: Neil Gaiman, Exene Cervenka, Amanda Palmer, John Doe.

Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

From left: Neil Gaiman, Exene Cervenka, Amanda Palmer, John Doe.

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While in town to perform at the Paradise, Exene Cervenka and John Doe of the great Los Angeles band X stopped by the Museum of Fine Arts to play a few tunes as part of a promo for WFNX.com. The pair, who’ve been playing together for 35 years, performed a set that included “Burning House of Love,” “I Must Not Think Bad Thoughts,” and a cover of the Carter Family song “Poor Old Heartsick Me.” Beforehand, they took a tour of the museum with pals Amanda Palmer and her husband, author Neil Gaiman.

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