Last of the Roadhouses
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Last of the Roadhouses

The Surf Club in Hyattsville, Maryland is the last roadhouse bar in its area. With its unique atmosphere, the surf club has been a hot spot for live music since it was created in 1955 by musician Chick Hall Sr. Sit in on one of the last nights that the Surf Club will be open as Chick Sr.'s sons Chick Jr. and Chris jam with the house band, "Roadhouse Crew."video: Akira Hakuta/washingtonpost.com

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