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Music, Reviewed Tim O'Brien

Tim O'Brien

Like fellow traveler Rhonda Vincent, Tim O'Brien is of the generation of singer/musicians that actively bridges the eras of traditional, high-lonesome (Bill Monroe, Stanley Brothers), and contemporary (The Seldom Scene and Hot Rize, of which O'Brien was a founding member)…
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Music, Bad Livers

Bad Livers

In the late '70s some music was classified as punk because of its angst-ridden, distorted aesthetic and its attitude of radical rebellion. Today, bands filed under punk are little more than poster children for a marketing zeitgeist to stay fresh…
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Calendar, Night&Day Fingerpickin' Good

Fingerpickin' Good

The tuba confuses the punks, and the Iggy Pop covers tend to baffle the old folks, but by the end of their live shows, Austin's Bad Livers have usually won everyone over, whether they're playing a bluegrass festival or a…
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The House of Tudor

Greg Garing wears a lot of black -- black leather pants, black shoes, big black belts, long black coats. Occasionally he breaks up the moody tedium with a sassy splash of gun-barrel gray -- but never on Sunday. His hair…
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