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Rock Notes

A little bit country, a little bit rock 'n' roll

By Jonathan Perry
Globe Correspondent / February 16, 2007

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BROOKLINE -- They may come from places named Scituate and Hingham, but their sound is pure south of the Mason-Dixon line. They're Girls Guns & Glory, one of the hottest bands in Boston right now, and their vibrant new CD, "Pretty Little Wrecking Ball," offers ample testimony to New England's thriving roots music scene, where bluegrass and blues, and country ... (Full article: 1144 words)

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