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Matthew Reveles on The Train Tracks

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We're very happy to see our friends over at the Train Tracks have followed our lead and done a video with local folk singer Matthew Reveles, who first caught our eye with his excellent record, We'll Meet Halfway, and who impressed us both in his cover of Hot Tuna for The Sun Sessions and as an opener for William Elliot Whitmore's show at Chyro.

No embedding enabled, so check out Matthew riding the train here or check out our video here. Be sure to vote for Matthew so he'll be eligible for the Train Tracks battle of the bands they're hosting quarterly at First Fridays.

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