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House of bricks    

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Grand design: Rock singer and songwriter Roger Waters, above, one of the founding members of Pink Floyd, brought his multimedia production of the monumental album, "The Wall," to First Niagara Center on Thursday night. A troupe of dancing Buffalo school students accompany Waters, top, and are menaced, left, by a giant inflatable nasty teacher during the song "Another Brick in the Wall Part 2."    

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A rockin' good time at the Harbor

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Feeling the spirit: Tammy Campbell dances with her son, Matthew, 9, as the Canadian rock band Hey Rosetta! plays Thursday evening at Erie Canal Harbor.

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Still going strong: Rock singer and songwriter Matthew Sweet performs a song from his 1991 breakthrough album, "Girlfriend," Thursday at Erie Canal Harbor.

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Energized openers: Canadian rockers Hey Rosetta! get the Thursday at the Harbor concert off to a lively start. At left, guitarist Adam Hogan takes a solo with accompaniment from drummer Phil Maloney. Above, singer Tim Baker pumps up the crowd.