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Sad Baby Wolves cross paths with the past and look to the future

Sad Baby Wolf (from left) Jason Ward, Marty Crandall, Neal Langford, Maury Crandall and Sean McCullough
Sad Baby Wolf (from left) Jason Ward, Marty Crandall, Neal Langford, Maury Crandall and Sean McCullough

In this week’s music feature, Marisa Demarco tells the story of a local indie rock quintet, Sad Baby Wolf, and how three of its funny, unpretentious members make the rock and roll lifestyle mesh with fatherhood. The Sad Baby Wolves also explain the origin of their name, the evolution of their lineup and, yes, two of the members’ relationships with The Shins. Read all about it here and see them open for the aforementioned famous band at Kiva Auditorium tonight.

Sad Baby Wolf - “Survival Guide”

Sad Baby Wolf

Opening for The Shins

Thursday, Oct. 4, at 7:30 p.m.

Kiva Auditorium

Inside the Convention Center

401 Second Street NW

Sad Baby Wolf - “Everything Is” (Neutral Milk Hotel cover)

Tickets: $33 to $43

Holdmyticket.com

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Sad Baby Wolf (from left) Jason Ward, Marty Crandall, Neal Langford, Maury Crandall and Sean McCullough

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I guess we have to talk about The Shins now

By Marisa Demarco
Eschewing the Shins-centric perspective Sad Baby Wolf's publicist urged, Marisa Demarco shares the tale of a local indie rock quintet whose members value family, friendship and maintaining a sense of humor as much as they enjoy rocking out in the limelight.
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