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Avery Brady
« on: January 07, 2018, 10:04:35 AM »
Hi all,
I recently found a cut, "Poor Kennedy", by a musician named Avery Brady, and posted it in the Miller's Breakdown thread.  I found the piece and performance really striking, and was somewhat frustrated in being able to find no kind of background information on Avery Brady.  I found the following interview with him on youtube yesterday.  I'll post it here.  I don't know who the interviewer was, there is no indication of that on the video, but from the title of the video, it seems likely he was Swedish.  EDITED TO ADD:  The interviewer was evidently named Ole Helander.  I'm afraid this video will not be viewable by non-U.S. Weenies, but here it is:



All best,
Johnm
 
« Last Edit: January 07, 2018, 09:45:30 PM by Johnm »

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