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Strumming dark songs of disaster

On his banjo, Eller creates ghostly folk

By Joan Anderman
Globe Staff / February 1, 2004

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Inspiration is a wacky thing. It defies rhyme and reason and has no use for practical concerns like food and shelter. The usual suspects -- Love, God, Nature, Death -- supply most artistic souls with enough fodder for a lifetime of creative torment. But inspiration came to Curtis Eller in a somewhat more slanted fashion, at a tender age, with ... (Full Article: 1001 Words)

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