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Wooden Leg scratches itch for good cause

Members of Wooden Leg, from left: Brian Dunton, bass; Mickey Bones, percussion; Jimmy Ryan, vocals and mandolin, and Joe Kessler, fiddle. Below, Robyn Dunton. Members of Wooden Leg, from left: Brian Dunton, bass; Mickey Bones, percussion; Jimmy Ryan, vocals and mandolin, and Joe Kessler, fiddle. Below, Robyn Dunton. (The Boston Globe/1998 File)
By Robert Knox
Globe Correspondent / May 14, 2009

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Brian Dunton, a Westwood financial services consultant and father of two, chose music over college in the late 1980s. A decade later, he was the bass player with a hot Boston band called Wooden Leg, playing with top musicians in the area. (Full article: 593 words)

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