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What Locked-Out Musicians Do In Their New Free Time
"A typical week for each of the Adamses -- middle-class musicians who are stalwart section players rather than stars -- includes 24 hours onstage, at least 12 hours of practice and perhaps an unpaid fundraising concert. Now, like any other out-of-work white-collar professional, they are looking for new gigs." Minneapolis Star-Tribune 11/10/12
Posted November 11, 2012 12:18 PM




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