One of the most memorable films at this year's Sundance Film Festival was the documentary "Searching for Sugar Man," which documented the search for a Detroit rocker who most assumed was dead.
But, a funny thing happened.
He didn't die, and he showed up at the Festival and performed a set at the ASCAP Music Café.
Here is Rodriguez singing his signature song:
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