Hey folks...this is episode #52...finally, we have enough of these so if you're a new listener, you can hear a new show every week for a year. SWEET.
This is the third part of our 3-part series about Thrush Hermit. In this show, you'll hear the band tell us all about the infamous neon Rock and Roll sign, their final album (and critically acclaimed fan favourite) Clayton Park. You'll hear Chris Murphy chime in one more time, and you'll hear the band chatting with me in an Ottawa coffee shop.
Thanks to everyone for listening. Check out the Thrush hermit box set here, and pick it up!
Your host: www.kevinmcgowan.ca
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