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Event Pick: Never Mind the Bollocks, Here’s Richmond Benefit at Gallery5 

Feb. 17

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Paul Ivey

Musician Paul Ivey holds the second benefit for his Mash Notes compilation album with his band, Gouda Mayhem, performing the Sex Pistols’ classic debut in its entirety to mark its 40th anniversary. Never Mind the Bollocks, Here’s Richmond features guest vocalists as varied as Julie Storey of Doll Baby and Lindsey Spurrier of Roy Batty and Hot Dolphins —and in his first live performance in more than 15 years, Taylor Steele of Four Walls Falling. Talented singer Kenneka Cook opens this show with non-Pistol music, which goes down at Gallery5 on Friday, Feb. 17, at 9 p.m. Tickets cost $8 before the show day and $10 day-of. gallery5arts.org.
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