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T Bone Burnett’s ‘Speaking Clock Revue’ gets by with a lot of help from his friends

T Bone Burnett (pictured), John Mellencamp, Elvis Costello, and the Secret Sisters are among the musicians performing in Burnett’s “Speaking Clock Revue’’ to benefit arts education in public schools. T Bone Burnett (pictured), John Mellencamp, Elvis Costello, and the Secret Sisters are among the musicians performing in Burnett’s “Speaking Clock Revue’’ to benefit arts education in public schools. (Jesse Dylan)
By Sarah Rodman
Globe Staff / October 15, 2010

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T Bone Burnett does not keep the Oscar he won earlier this year for his musical contribution to “Crazy Heart’’ out on display. Nor does he have a showcase for any of the 10 Grammy awards he’s amassed over the years for his work on the “Walk the Line’’ and “O Brother, Where Art Thou?’’ soundtracks or on albums by ... (Full article: 1023 words)

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