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Fans were ready for this house party

Thousands turn out for local rock legends

Lisa Demmons was surrounded by fans of J. Geils’s harmonica player Magic Dick outside Fenway Park last night. Bill Hatfield (left), Rick Ramos (in black), and some other friends wore wigs paying homage to the musician’s hairdo. Lisa Demmons was surrounded by fans of J. Geils’s harmonica player Magic Dick outside Fenway Park last night. Bill Hatfield (left), Rick Ramos (in black), and some other friends wore wigs paying homage to the musician’s hairdo. (Jonathan Wiggs/Globe Staff)
By Sean Teehan and Stephen Smith
Globe Correspondent | Globe Staff / August 15, 2010

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Their music was the summer soundtrack for millions during the ’70s and ’80s, their bad boy ways capturing the public’s imagination and fueling record-setting album sales (yes, they were still called albums in those days). (Full article: 688 words)

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