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Click Track photographers Kyle Gustafson and Josh Sisk present “Full Speed or Nothing”

Kyle Gustafson's shot of George Clinton performing at the 9:30 Club. (Courtesy of Kyle Gustafson.)

You see their photos almost every day on this very music blog, but Click Track contributors Kyle Gustafson and Josh Sisk will be taking their work to the walls this Friday for the opening of “Full Speed or Nothing,” a show of their best music photography.

The opening takes place at The Wind Up Space, 12 W. North Avenue in Baltimore on Friday from 7-9 p.m. And if you can’t make it to the opening, the show is up until May 1. Check it out!

Josh Sisk’s photo of Dan Deacon and fans. (Courtesy of Josh Sisk.)
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