Boston, Massachusetts: A Sandman’s Guide to the Freedom Trail of Rock
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In a city often overshadowed by its headliners and biggest stages—from Aerosmith and Donna Summer to the Garden and Fenway Park—you can find its heartbeat on the unlikely paths and byways cleared by the its poets and troubadors, from Jonathan Richman to Morphine’s Mark Sandman. On this episode, host Will Dailey returns to his hometown for an insider’s guide to the nation’s birthplace as it reinvents itself yet again.
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Executive Produced by Jake Brennan, Brady Sadler, and Carly Carioli for Double Elvis. Production assistance by Matt Beaudoin. Created, written, hosted and scored by Will Dailey.
Additional writing on this episode by Ellen Thibault, and additional music by Cliff Notez, plus organ by Josh Kantor, and drumming by Dave Brophy.
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