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Wallace Blues Festival 2013

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WALLACE, Idaho -

This weekend in Wallace the streets of downtown were sounding a little blue. That's because the 2nd Annual Historic Wallace Blues Festival was in full swing.

KHQ sent one of our photographers, Reed Schmitt, to Wallace to check it out and not only did he get to hear some amazing music, but he took some cool pictures too! Check them out!

 

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