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Record Heat by Brad Dwyer

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They say that being in a band is just like a marriage -- there are ups, downs, fights, and plenty of time where you're not sure anything is working.

The of course, there are those transcendent moments that make it all feel worth it.

But sometimes it just doesn't work out. Real life responsibilities make rockin' out a tough thing to do, and in this week's installment of Record Heat, Brad Dwyer faces the music and calls it quits.

Read on as Dwyer has to make a difficult call, one that seems, well...a little weird to his bandmates.

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