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Jimmy Eat World spans career with snarling, energetic show

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Jimmy Eat World’s latest album “Damage” showcases a slightly mellowed version of the band’s power-pop/punk sound. But the Arizona quartet’s performance at Upstate Concert Hall Wednesday night was anything but mellow. With help from keyboardist Robin Vining, the emocore pioneers and early 2000s radio darlings kicked up a snarling, defiant set of material spanning the band’s entire career before a packed house. In the live setting, the acoustic-based “Damage” songs came to life, crackling with ...

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