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Lineblogging: Fans Queue Up Outside the Dead Weather Pop-Up Shop on Chrystie

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For the next two days, the Envoy Gallery at 131 Chrystie Street on the Lower East Side will become a pop-up shop for Third Man Records, the label owned by Jack White. At noon today, White's new band the Dead Weather will play a free show at the store, and according to Bowery Boogie fans have been lining up all morning in anticipation. Only the first hundred to get a wristband will be admitted, and the band's two Terminal Five shows are sold out, so expect all hell to break loose right
· Dead Weather in-'store' @ Third Man Records (Envoy Gallery) [Brooklyn Vegan]
· Dead Weather on Chrystie [Bowery Boogie]