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Club Crawl™:Modern and Timeless 

On 'Hold Time,' M. Ward further establishes himself as a student of music

Listening to singer-songwriter M. Ward's stunning recent record, Hold Time, artifacts and sounds from the past are blended liberally to create something both thoroughly modern and utterly timeless.

Talking to him for a few brief moments, his love for the past was obvious, with the gruff-voiced songster extolling the virtues of his favorite artists as he carefully picked his way through answers to questions about his influences and past collaborations.

Catch him during Club Crawl™ at the Rialto Theatre at 10 p.m.

This piece originally ran in the Dallas Observer.

Please visit http://www.dallasobserver.com/2009-03-12/music/the-curator/ for the full article.


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