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3/27/18
by Seth Johnson
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 2010,

This is a live recording of "Owlsburg" playing in the front lawn of Village Green Records on the night of April 1st, 2010.
Owlsburg hails from Marion, Indiana and can be found on myspace @ myspace.com/owlsburg
 

The show was recorded by recording engineer Frank Reber using make-shift equipment. The photograph for this session was taken by Lauren Bultman.

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    Owlsburg - The Curse (Live @ VGR 04.01.2010)
     
     
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    Owlsburg - Count To Three (Live @ VGR 04.01.2010)
     
     
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    Owlsburg - Soul Sleep (Live @ VGR 04.01.2010)
     
     
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    Owlsburg - Creature (Live @ VGR 04.01.2010)
     
     

Recent Blog Posts

3/27/18
by Seth Johnson
David Hazel Discusses His DIY Touring Experience
(Poster by Graham Brown, photo of David by Joanie Youngman)Musical Family Tree is excited to announc...
3/21/18
by Seth Johnson
Andy D Discusses His DIY Touring Experience
Musical Family Tree is excited to announce its first event of four in an educational series for Indi...
2/19/18
by Seth Johnson
Interview: Charlie Ballantine
Photo of Charlie Ballantine at Postal Recording by Mark SheldonCharlie Ballantine has been a staple ...