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Judith Hill at Yoshi's

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Vocalist Judith Hill brought her exhilarating live concert to the East Bay music landmark Yoshi's in Oakland's historic Jack London Square. It was definitely a family affair evening with her father Robert "Pee Wee" Hill and mother Michiko Hill on bass and keyboards respectively. Drummer John Staten rounded out the top notch band that performed to a full house. Hill's guitar solos and keyboard skills complemented her evocative vocals throughout the high octane session. The boisterous audience showed their appreciation often during the exciting night.
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