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About Fred Eaglesmith

Debuting in the mid-'90s, Canada's Fred Eaglesmith was equal parts country and rock 'n' roll. His scratchy vocals spun tales of moonshiners and big cars. His rural escapades caught the ears of both Americana and "hollering" enthusiasts. His newest record 50 Odd Dollars finds him continuing down a path still strewn with an assortment of unsavory characters and stellar songwriting.

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Listen toFred Eaglesmithon Rhapsody

Debuting in the mid-'90s, Canada's Fred Eaglesmith was equal parts country and rock 'n' roll. His scratchy vocals spun tales of moonshiners and big cars. His rural escapades caught the ears of both Americana and "hollering" enthusiasts. His newest record 50 Odd Dollars finds him continuing down a path still strewn with an assortment of unsavory characters and stellar songwriting.

About Fred Eaglesmith

Debuting in the mid-'90s, Canada's Fred Eaglesmith was equal parts country and rock 'n' roll. His scratchy vocals spun tales of moonshiners and big cars. His rural escapades caught the ears of both Americana and "hollering" enthusiasts. His newest record 50 Odd Dollars finds him continuing down a path still strewn with an assortment of unsavory characters and stellar songwriting.

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About Fred Eaglesmith

Debuting in the mid-'90s, Canada's Fred Eaglesmith was equal parts country and rock 'n' roll. His scratchy vocals spun tales of moonshiners and big cars. His rural escapades caught the ears of both Americana and "hollering" enthusiasts. His newest record 50 Odd Dollars finds him continuing down a path still strewn with an assortment of unsavory characters and stellar songwriting.

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