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Please request this song on The Current, or any of your other favorite tracks.

Thanks, glad you can help.

Joe
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Presumably the only local musician who can brag of having his songs played on NPR’s “Car Talk,” Joe Fahey (ex-Carp 18) hosts a release party Saturday, 5-9 p.m., at Harriet Brewing for his third solo record, “Somnambulist Chaser.” What a charmer this one is. Fahey sounds like a free-association songwriter version of Tom Petty over richly textured, Dylan-meets-Feelies Americana arrangements in such wry, wordy gems as “The Drunken Prisoner of Circumstance.” …

http://www.startribune.com/minnesota-music-notes-a-korda-compilation-release-party-tribute-to-brian-gallagher/372409151/
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My music website is finally updated Nothing fancy but at least it doesn't say "Bushnell's Turtle out in April 2011"

You guys awake ... ?

http://www.joefaheymusic.com/index.html
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Another song from Carp 18's 2nd album  "bug rump". "Muscle Car Blues (Tell Me Another), it was played on the NPR show "Car Talk" and appeared on their CD "Car Talk: Born Not to Run: More Disrespectful Car Songs" and has received much airplay on Sirius XM Radio over the last 16 years.

This one features Randy Broughten (Gear Daddies, Trailer Trash, The Cactus Blossoms) on pedal steel.

Randy will be playing a set with Becky Kapell at my "Somnambulist Chaser" record release party at Harriet Brewing in Minneapolis on Saturday, March 19.

He'll also be joining me along with my band The Bottom 40 on several tunes seeing as he's played on many of my recordings over the years.
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"Find Me a River" from the second Carp 18 record "bug rump". With a name like that, it must have been good. With my cousin Tom "Mandatom" Murphy on mandolin and producer/engineer Tom Herbers on Mellotron. However, no Toms on tom-toms.
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