They say you can tell a lot about a person by the company they keep. The fact that Kevin Bowe has spent a career writing, producing, and playing with the likes of The Replacements, Paul Westerberg, Etta James, Joe Cocker, Gary Louris, Freedy Johnston, and even Lynyrd Skynyrd, speaks volumes. But having found himself in such rarefied company, there seemed little point in pushing songs and playing under his own name when he was lucky enough to collaborate with the great and good of rock roots royalty. Life was good….

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