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Watch Justin Vernon in DeYarmond Edison Perform at The Fader Fort

DeYarmond Edison by Nilina Mason-Campbell for Gawker

DeYarmond Edison, the band that broke up in the cabin fable of Bon Iver, consisting of Megafaun members Joe Westerlund, Phil Cook and Brad Cook, re-united for a three-song set at The Fader Fort on Saturday night at SXSW. Sandwiched inbetween hip hop sets, they played three songs: “Lovers Will” by Bonnie Raitt, “You’ve Got a Friend” by Carole King and “Set Me Free,” a DeYarmond Edison original that blew the unsuspecting crowd away.  Gawker’s Nilina Mason-Campbell took the great photo of Justin performing in a Bart Simpson shirt above.

Below is the great video shot by The Fader of “You’ve Got a Friend.”  Do we have any James Taylor fans in the audience?

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