Last fall, I got to pop my Lincoln Hall cherry with one of the fledgling venues first shows, Dawes and Langhorne Slim. It was not only my first experience at what would become my favorite venue but my first experience with seeing Langhorne Slim as well. To say I was thoroughly impressed with Sean Scolnick and his band of folk scamps is an understatement. Bringing a consistent amount of contagious energy to his set that's lacking on the album, Scolnick leads sing alongs, jumps into the audience, and sweet talks girls into getting on stage with him. Sounds like a party? Add the Southern tinged Midwest rock of Ha Ha Tonka and the dreamy pop of new RFC favorites Young Man and you've got yourself one solid bill. Tonight, the bands hit Lincoln Hall again and last night, roving reporter Amber Valentine got to catch the bill at Detroit's Magic Stick and snapped more than a few pics of the bands.