Cotton Jones Comes To Modified Sunday

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Baltimore indie folk duo Cotton Jones plays Modified Sunday. The band, made up of Michael Nau and Whitney McGraw along with their friends, are also playing Denver's Monolith and Austin City Limits on their national tour. Nau, formerly of Page France, has been releasing solo work under the name The Cotton Jones Basket Ride since 2007 but recently made the band a full-fledged project, releasing three limited edition EP/handmade art book sets, The band has also put out a full-length, Paranoid Cocoon, on Page France's former label, Suicide Squeeze.

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