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First one wreck, then another

Posted by Katie Johnston Chase March 23, 2007 03:04 PM

After watching the Bruins fall apart during a 6-3 come-from-behind spanking by the Canadiens Thursday night, we tried to console ourselves with a postgame set by the country-pop duo the Wreckers. It was fun to watch the crew wheel the stage piece by piece onto the ice (although we were hoping at least one of them would slip and fall). It was all put together in less than 30 minutes, and a cozy crowd congregated to watch the show. The big shocker of the night came when Michelle Branch and Jessica Harp walked out on the ice. They were both wearing tight jeans, pointy boots and big Bruins jerseys, and were both ... brunette. Harp, who is so very blond in the band's suggestive, heavily lip-glossed press photos, suddenly looked a lot like her more famous bandmate. In fact, it was hard to tell the two apart from a distance. And their music didn't do much to distinguish them further. We left during the third song, and the elevator got fuller and fuller the farther down we went.


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