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Tuesday, May 31, 2005

Mole in the Ground: Phillip Roebuck, One-Man Band

Mole in the Ground: Phillip Roebuck, One-Man Band
"He plucks that banjo like a madman, like the devil himself."
-New York Press

You better believe it. Phillip can wail on his banjo and backpack bass drum/tambourine like nothing you've ever seen or heard. (Summon Song mp3: right click to save/download)
Mole in the Ground (click here for short film in Flash format) finds Phillip Roebuck with a banjo in his hand, a drum on his back playing to jaded New Yorkers who normally treat street musicians like pan handlers. Here he talks about how started his $100 an hour career and shows why he's worth every dollar.


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