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With support from: Arts Council and the City of Indianapolis

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7/24/17
by Brett Alderman
Review: Veseria, RLTVTY
Photos by BrandonGuiseDo you ever listen to an album and immediately want to rummage through the cre...
7/21/17
by Erin Jeter
MFT Update: Moving out of Murphy Arts Center
Dear MFT Community,This weekend, Musical Family Tree will be moving our headquarters out of the Murp...
7/21/17
by Brett Alderman
A Celebration of the Psychphonic Variety
A curated space unlike any other, the Museum of Psychphonics is about to find a new home. After its ...

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 2010,

This is a live recording of "Laura Stevenson and the Cans" at Village Green Records on 04.01.2010.
Laura Stevenson & the Cans hail from Long Island, New York and are a folk-rock piece of delicious.

The show was recorded by Frank Reber using make-shift equipment. The photograph was taken by Lauren Bultman.

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    Laura Stevenson - Halloween (Live @ VGR 04.01.2010)
     
     
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    Laura Stevenson - Mouthbreather (Live @ VGR 04.01.2010)
     
     
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    Laura Stevenson - The Healthy One (Live @ VGR 04.01.2010)
     
     
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    Laura Stevenson - Holy Ghost (Live @ VGR 04.01.2010)
     
     
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    Laura Stevenson - A Shine To It (Live @ VGR 04.01.2010)
     
     
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    Laura Stevenson - Cool New 4 (Live @ VGR 04.01.2010)
     
     
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    Laura Stevenson - Beets Untitled (Live @ VGR 04.01.2010)
     
     

Recent Blog Posts

7/24/17
by Brett Alderman
Review: Veseria, RLTVTY
Photos by BrandonGuiseDo you ever listen to an album and immediately want to rummage through the cre...
7/21/17
by Erin Jeter
MFT Update: Moving out of Murphy Arts Center
Dear MFT Community,This weekend, Musical Family Tree will be moving our headquarters out of the Murp...
7/21/17
by Brett Alderman
A Celebration of the Psychphonic Variety
A curated space unlike any other, the Museum of Psychphonics is about to find a new home. After its ...