Where We Were: The Mars Volta

The progessive rock band from El Paso drew young fans from all over the state.

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"If a few politicians and some dirty cops can orchestrate the assasination of JFK, how hard can it be to get a couple planes to fly into some buildings -- think about it," singer Cedric Bixler-Zavala told the audience.
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Annie Potasznik
The Grammy Award-winning band from El Paso played a three hour set for fans.
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Annie Potasznik
Sept. 17: The Mars Volta at The Palladium
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Annie Potasznik
Fans drove in from as far as Watauga and Oklahoma to see The Mars Volta perform. It was a young, intoxicated crowd.
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Annie Potasznik
The Mars Volta first show in the metroplex was in a small house in Denton.
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Annie Potasznik
'Progressive rock' at its finest.
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Annie Potasznik
Sept. 17: The Mars Volta at The Palladium
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Annie Potasznik
Sept. 17: The Mars Volta at The Palladium
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Annie Potasznik
Sept. 17: The Mars Volta at The Palladium
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Annie Potasznik
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Connie Bolger
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Connie Bolger
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Annie Potasznik
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Sept. 17: The Mars Volta at The Palladium
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