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Episode 10 with John Henry

Episode 10 of the podcast is now available for your listening pleasure! We are joined by St. Louis singer-songwriter and promoter, John Henry. We met up with John at Off Broadway to talk about his music, his upcoming show at The Pageant opening for Turnpike Troubadours, and the upcoming Open Highway Music Festival. John also performed two of his songs, "Fade To Black" and "Spinning Wheel", as well as the Sam Cooke classic, "Bring It On Home To Me". We hope you enjoy and hope to see you at some of the great shows we talk to John about in the episode. Cheers! 

And again, we would like to thank Steve at Off Broadway for letting us use the space for recording this episode. Be sure to head on over to their website and buy some tickets to some upcoming shows!

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Episode 10: John Henry

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Thanks for listening, more coming soon!