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Paul Burch’s Modern Brand Of Honky-Tonk

Paul Burch performing in Newcastle, UK in 2010 (Credit: Paul Burch).

Paul Burch performing in Newcastle, UK in 2010 (Credit: Paul Burch).

Nashville singer-songwriter Paul Burch is a tough man to pigeonhole. He’s part honky-tonk, part string-band blues, part bebop. In fact, Burch says his new album Fevers is a lot like a “fevered radio station where each song sends you somewhere else.” He joins us live in-studio to share his story and his music.

Paul Burch and his band will be performing tonight at Atwood’s Tavern in Cambridge

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Paul Burch, singer/songwriter, guitarist.

Dominic Davis, upright bass.

Tommy Perkinson, percussion.

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