August 2, 2015


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Rock and a hard place to sleep

Living the rock ’n’ roll dream sounds a lot like someone else’s nightmare

Royal Canoe — one of many bands that knows being a touring musician is a real job— spent 150 days on the road last year.

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Royal Canoe — one of many bands that knows being a touring musician is a real job— spent 150 days on the road last year. Photo Store

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