The Hold Steady had no problem keeping the energy up at this year’s NonCOMM. With its engaging and confident stage presence, it was obvious this isn’t the band’s first time performing for a crowd. Frontman Craig Finn’s passion for his music came through in the band’s performance of “Sequestered in Memphis.” With his goofy, yet charming, dance moves, Finn helped to connect The Hold Steady with the crowd and break down the wall between the stage and the floor. The band played a throwback with fan favorite “Your Little Hoodrat Friend” from its 2005 LP Separation Sunday — reviving its punk roots. Check out the band performing these two songs below and listen to the entire set here. The Hold Steady joins us this summer for the XPoNential Music Festival; tickets and information are available here.
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