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Sun Dec 5, 2021, 09:36 AM

3. My friend is a studio musician

and well respected. He played on Springsteen's albums and toured with many bands. He was back up to Graham Parker. His good friend is the drummer on "Blood on the Tracks". I played my son's songs to him and he thinks he is immensely talented( writing songs) but he also let him know how incredibly difficult it is to make money in music anymore. My other friend was the back up band for Lou Reed right before "Transformer" and is known as the most famous Lou Reed bootleg. He became a nurse.

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