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25Dec/130

Christmas Special 2013 – I’ll Be Home for Christmas

It's been a crazy, busy, exciting year for all of us here, but we were able to take a quick minute and put together a holiday song, just in time for Christmas.

Happy Holidays, everyone.

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11Jul/130

Episode 16 – Bianca and the Sympathy Waltz

After another long hiatus, The Band Practice returns with a nice little ditty about growing up too fast. The guys discuss marriage, fatherhood, and time management. Enjoy!

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10Jul/131

Bianca and the Sympathy Waltz

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5Feb/130

Episode 15 – Song for My Folks

The band objectifies female pop stars and resurrects another tune from their college days. Here's to a great start to a new year of Band Practice podcasts!

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4Feb/130

Song for My Folks

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24Dec/120

Lo, How A Rose Is Growing

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8Nov/120

Beg Your Pardon (Alternate Version)

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7Nov/120

Episode 14 – Beg Your Pardon

A deluxe extended episode complete with bonus alternate version (on its way in a day or two)! The band members share their individual good news, hit you with some great things happening in music right now, rub elbows with celebrities, and come up with two dandy versions of a nice folk tune. This month's song was written by drummer and banjoist extraordinaire, Jake Sappenfield. Enjoy, and keep your ears pealed for our upcoming Christmas tune.

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6Nov/120

Beg Your Pardon

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31Aug/120

Episode 13 – Needle

Music is our anit-drug. This week on the podcast we pay homage to James Taylor and good ol' fashioned Americana. Grab your spoons, jugs and washboards. Also, Mike and Chad get older.

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