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A chance Palm Springs encounter brought gHosTcOw's David Hall to town

In troubled times, even the sky is blue. For Tucson's gHosTcOw, it's an observation that guides an album that asks a lot of big questions, sometimes outward, sometimes inward. "I'm not generally a dark person at all, but the last four years…

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