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From left, Chris Friedrich, Joe Vickers, Philip Jamieson, and Calvin Joss of Caspian
From left, Chris Friedrich, Joe Vickers, Philip Jamieson, and Calvin Joss of Caspian. (Evan Richman/Globe Staff) Evan Richman/Globe Staff

The show goes on

For a while, it looked like curtains for rising local act Caspian

By Linda Laban
Globe Correspondent / April 13, 2007

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When Caspian guitarist Calvin Joss announced to his bandmates that he couldn't tour anymore, his decision, due to personal commitments -- a mortgage to pay; his wedding in June to his fiancee, Jessica -- fell like a death blow. For a while, as the band readied its first full-length record, "The Four Trees," which is to be released this week, ... (Full article: 635 words)

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