Photos: Jon Hardy and the Public at the Chapel, Friday, August 8

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(Words and photos by Annie Zaleski; entire Flickr set here.)

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Jon Hardy & the Public played the Chapel on Friday, August 8. The 150-person capacity venue -- which is located in the back of a church, right off of Skinker near Washington University -- shows a lot of promise, despite having sound system problems at the show. Five dollars earns you admission into the show and two free drinks (wine and beer -- and we're not talking PBR either). The space is also planning to host art shows in the coming months.

I can't say much more about the band's performance that we haven't said before; the group is one of the best, most consistent and entertaining live acts in town, thanks to strong songs, charisma and innate chemistry.

MP3: Jon Hardy & the Public, "Trouble"

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Check out more photos of the band and venue after the jump.

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