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Blue Man Group brings lots of action, no talking to Iowa (Audio)

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Blue Man Group brings lots of action, no talking to Iowa (Audio)

By Matt Kelley Some compare the experience of seeing the Blue Man Group in concert to meeting aliens from outer space, but they’re all down-to-earth guys. The multi-media performances feature three bald, blue men who take the audience on a rollicking journey. The shows are different every night because of the audience interaction but Blue Man Brian Tavener […]

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