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Sounds on 29th premieres on CPT12

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Back in October, we told you about Sounds on 29th, the new performance-based show being produced by the makers of the Brass Tree Sessions and Out of Order, the local-centric CPT12 series. The shows, filmed in mid-October and featuring Nathaniel Rateliff and Fairchildren, Danielle Ate the Sandwich and Safe Boating is No Accident, premiered over the weekend. Turned out pretty sweet. Page down to have a look (added incentive: Rateliff performs a couple new songs).

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