Old Crow Medicine Show
Geoffrey Himes, Paste, 9 July 2012
IN 2009, Old Crow Medicine Show's Ketch Secor was half-listening to a National Public Radio story on Levi Barnard, an American soldier who had died in Baghdad's Dora Market. But when the narrator noted that Barnard was from Ararat, Va., Secor's ears perked up, because that's not far from the Shenandoah Valley where he grew up—and even closer to Boone, North Carolina, where the band had spent several years before moving to Nashville.
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