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WMI kicks it at the Pickwick with Eric Kehoe

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Singer/songwriter Eric Kehoe hangs out with West Michigan Indie.
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In this episode, WMI editor James Quatrine and contributor Scott Rider met up at the Pickwick Tavern with singer/songwriter Eric Kehoe.

We talk about his self-titled debut solo CD, his time in the Peace Corps, and hockey.  

Podcast includes excerpts from tracks: In A Long Shot, A-Frame, I’ve Been Drifting, Bigger Than Chicago and Train Hand.


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