The song white boy by senator whatley. this song got the boys in a bit of trouble a few times
The Dubious Brothers are a Boston based Rock and Roll/Americana outfit made up of a few honorary members and a core of dedicated - hardworking model citizens.
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Capatian Chet lawson's snake oil revue playing at the show sponsered by 100.1 the plannet on june 12th. Doing Hotel Yorba.
this is a song by chet lawson will the circle be unbroken. This is an extremely old song written by someone long long ago that is dead. so yeah
here is a Song by Chet Lawson
The Going and The Gone
When I do reviews, I NEVER talk about the production quality, I never talk about the recording method, and I never talk about mixing. I feel it is unfair to judge local acts on recording gear and say, "hey this doesn't sound pro" Well of course not you fool; the band isn't pro. They most likely recorded their tracks in a bathroom, with a Fisher Price mic, and that mic was plugged into a 1980's cassette deck... one of the really cheap cassette decks, the ones that only had a fast forward and no rewind. So, as a rule, I NEVER talk about recording quality. Well, this review is the exception that proves the rule.
Although almost every other detail regarding his personal history and political dealings is fraught with speculation and controversy, it is by now generally accepted common knowledge that, at some point in the later months of 2009, Captain Chet Lawson emerged from the seclusion of his stately home in the Indiana swamplands and once again became the center of a media storm, the likes of which he’d not enjoyed since his widely documented salad days in the 1920’s and 30’s.