The Wayward Son thanks you, Kansas City, for five years of rock and roll 

Outside the midtown basement venue, it's a lung-freezing 10 degrees and snowing. Inside, it's a dark, smoky paradise for aging punks. Leaking pipes anoint unsuspecting guests with sticky water. In one corner, a green-neon sign lazily flashes the word open. Behind it…

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