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LAST WEEK’S MYSTERY BAND (Click link to refresh your memory.)
“Aw, c’mon,” our old pal Jon Meyers chided us, “that one’s TOO easy. (Sadly.)
Drum role, please: TRAIN.” Jon added, “(Gak!)”
Likewise, Jason Mattis suggested, “You guys ought to make it more difficult than that.” And Beth Neary observed, “It’s Train. No?”
It’s Train, yes. We decided we’d been much too cruel lately. The ‘Frisco band’s new CD, For Me, It’s You, is available.
Tuesday, Feb. 27, is the 27th birthday of New Found Glory drummer Cyrus Bolooki. And Skid Row’s Rob Affuso will come in like a lion on Thursday, March 1, to celebrate his 44th.
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