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Bar-hopping: No-frills Phat Headz captures rock spirit

10:32 PM, Jun. 12, 2013
Phat Headz owner Buddy Brass plays in a group himself called Band Kamp. He said it gives him insight into making the venue great for both the bands and the bar.
Phat Headz owner Buddy Brass plays in a group himself called Band Kamp. He said it gives him insight into making the venue great for both the bands and the bar.
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The bar: Phat Headz, 420 N. Clay St., Green Bay

The big picture: If you have a rock band and you're going to play at Phat Headz, you're going to have a few more people watching than you expected. Rock 'n' roll icons - everybody from Johnny Cash to Mick Jagger to Lady Gaga - are airbrushed on the walls by John Barnard, a friend of the bar.

"I just wanted to incorporate the whole thing that music is art," said owner Buddy Brass. "It's all about musicians and music. You see the art and you feel like it's a music club as soon as you walk into the bar." ...

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