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Brian Fallon singt auf „Local Honey“ Alltag aus der Provinz

Singer/Songwriter Brian Fallon.

Singer/Songwriter Brian Fallon.

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Essen.  Zehn Jahre war Brian Fallon Kopf von The Gaslight Anthem. Und jetzt bringt er sein drittes Solo-Album heraus. „Local Honey“ ist kurz und gut.

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Reihenhäuschen und Fastfoodrestaurants

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Folk, Country und Bluegrass

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„The Pretender“ von Jackson Browne ist auch kurz

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„Springsteen hat meine Nummer – und ich seine!“

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