Photos: Rawk and roll at Duluth Homegrown Music Festival

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Black Eyed Snakes guitarist and singer Alan Sparhawk (left) sings with Charlie Parr (center) during a Duluth Homegrown Music Festival concert Wednesday, April 30, 2014 at Clyde Iron Works in Duluth, Minn.
Derek Montgomery / For MPR News

Every spring, Duluth's bars and music venues pulse for a full week with "rawk and/or roll devil music." The Homegrown Music Festival features more than 200 acts, from hometown heroes Charlie Parr and Alan Sparhawk, to a flute choir, to Bratwurst, a band that is more about the show than the music.

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