How a humble pizza pub juiced up Anchorage's music scene

According to a news report from adn.com, “The summer of 2007 rocketed to mythic heights when The Wailers, Indigo Girls, Cake and Bela Fleck and the Flecktones played for huge crowds during a single rowdy fortnight of big-name acts.”

“The music scene doesn’t get any better than that, not in Anchorage, not in a town known for last-minute ticket buyers and fans who get wound up for the next big arena show only to line up for refunds after the headliner cancels,” said the story. “But the concert scene got downright steamy and relentless last summer, in no small part due to the Bear Tooth Theatrepub and its older sibling, the Moose’s Tooth Pub and Pizzeria.”

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