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Greg Arnold

by Andrew Tijs on December 5, 2011

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Things Of Stone And Wood and Swamp Dandies frontman and producer Greg Arnold talks about the folk rock highway.

Greg Arnold has done the miles, not only with his best-known group Things Of Stone And Wood but since solo, as a music professor, as a producer, and with his newest band The Swamp Dandies.

We chat to the veteran about his love of harmonies, his work on albums with Skipping Girl Vinegar and Stonefield, his varied new album Walls mixed and mastered in Nashville,  bitter radio DJs, and being the folk rock doctor.


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