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The blood is dry on Numerophon’s contract with folk-jive songwriter Rob Galbraith, allowing a ten-song set of 1970s demos to meet daylight this summer. Can’t wait to learn more about Galbraith? You have three options.
Choice #1: Text Kenny Rogers, Ronnie Milsap, Patti LaBelle, and the Bacon Brothers (He’s produced them all).
Choice #2: Listen to this clip from Galbraith’s 1970 debut, Nashville Dirt, on Columbia Records.
Choice #3: Galbraith is playing a rare Nashville gig this Friday, November 14th at Douglas Corner (2106 8th Ave S), a venue whose house speakers were once the property of Galbraith’s ’70s supergroup, Jubal (Elektra Records). His drummer for this gig is Chester Thompson from Frank Zappa, Weather Report, and Genesis, so expect the country-funk to be the talk of the town at The Nashville Biscuit House the next morning.
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