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Mountain Holler & the New Dawn

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Mountain Holler
Mountain Holler plays ethereal, cosmic folk driven by Mark Etherington’s godly, almost Neil Young-esque vocal. Support includes a lot of local homies including rock and roll duos Swimm and Oxford Noland, plus songwriter J.T. Brown.

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