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The Badlees

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Originally aired Thursday, March 26th at 9pm on WVIA-TV

The Badlees are probably the region's best-known band. Together for nearly a quarter century they have enjoyed national recognition and remained very independent. Late in 2013, they released Epiphones and Empty Rooms, with their augmented personnel. The Badlees have been appearing on Homegrown Music since their start, and we are pleased to welcome them back to perform their new material for what promises to be a fine and musically eclectic set.

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