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He'll keep on trucking, but solo

Jason Isbell's debut disc is influenced by the war, his home, and his old band

By Siddhartha Mitter
Globe Correspondent / July 15, 2007

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The Alabama band Drive-By Truckers has earned something of a cult following both for its fresh take on classic themes of Southern music and for its powerful three-guitar front line, made up most recently of Patterson Hood, Mike Cooley, and Jason Isbell, all native sons of the musically distinguished Muscle Shoals region. Now Isbell has gone solo, a development that ... (Full article: 1101 words)

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