When The Banana Stand started seriously recording local bands in their basement, The Woolen Men were in the early class that The Stand first worked with, recording a live album in 2010 and releasing it in 2011. (You can read about and listen to that first session here.) "Three years later, the band returned with new songs and the strength of touring on both coasts," says The Stand's Aaron Colter of a second live... read more
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