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March 02, 2012 Slideshows

YACHT at Plush 

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Jeffrey Jeruslaem kicked off the show at Plush on March 1, 2012. Nee also opened for YACHT.
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Jeffrey Brodsky, also known by his stage name Jeffrey Jeruslaem, kicked off the party.
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Jeffrey Jeruslaem, opening for YACHT at Plush.
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Not content to stay on-stage, Jeffrey Jeruslaem encouraged the crowd to dance in a very "in-your-face" way.
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Lex Herbert of Nee, dazzling the crowd in a bright, sequined jacket.
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Despite recent health issues, Nee's Kristin Dennis played without restraint.
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David Beeman of Nee, rocking the synthesizer.
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Nee drummer Mic Boshans.
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Nee's Kristin Dennis, opening for YACHT.
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Nee's Kristin Dennis, opening for YACHT.
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Pre-show, Nee's David Beeman cozied up to the bar for a drink.
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Excited YACHT fans? Check.
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YACHT easily had the most polished band presentation system I've ever seen - better than most professional speakers.
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Fans were mostly young, but not entirely. YACHT brought a diverse crowd.
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If there isn't a place on the floor, grab a rail upstairs - there's a ton of good viewing angles at Plush.
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Even while concerts were going on in the next room, some fans found time to play a game of shuffleboard.
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Claire Evans of YACHT got the crowd excited quickly - by wading out into the thick of it.
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YACHT is known for on-stage antics, and their show at Plush was no exception.
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Jeffery Brodsky manned the skins for YACHT's set.
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Claire Evans' keyboard power stance, as seen from the balcony at Plush.
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YACHT adored their audience, and the audience adored them right back.
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Claire Evans of YACHT, performing at Plush.
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Jona Bechtolt, founding member of YACHT.
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Jona Bechtolt, with one more thing for the audience to hear.
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Claire Evans of YACHT, showing the crowd some love.
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Rob "Bobby Birdman" Kieswetter, laying down the foundation for YACHT's dance rock.
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Jona Bechtolt: fond of guitars, synths, dancing and shouting.
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YACHT was practically an acrobatics show on a rock stage. (Nobody complained.)
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YACHT performing at Plush.
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A floor full of dancing fans? YACHT's paradise.
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YACHT's rhythm section, keeping the groove.
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David Beeman of Nee, rocking the synthesizer.

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