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Violent Femmes frontman jams in Jamaica Plain

Gordon Gano (second from right) with Tallahassee members (from left) Scott Thompson, Matt Raskopf, and Brian Barthelmes.

Kayana Szymczak for the Boston Globe

Gordon Gano (second from right) with Tallahassee members (from left) Scott Thompson, Matt Raskopf, and Brian Barthelmes.

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Violent Femmes frontman Gordon Gano joined in the fun at a benefit for the Jamaica Plain Music Fest the other night, sitting in (on violin) with the JP-based roots combo Tallahassee during its set at Tres Gatos. (We’re told Gano’s sister lives in JP.) Highlights included a cover of Paula Abdul’s “Straight Up” and a version of the Violent Femmes classic “Blister in the Sun” that had everyone in the place singing along. The JP Music Fest takes place Sept. 7.

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