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Charles Dubé

Hartford, Connecticut-born Charles Dube (created: Charles Lewis Dube) offers worn many hats during his profession in music. He performed drums for Chronic Disorder (1982-1984), Jack port Tragic & The Unfortunates (1984-1986) as well as the Dispossessed (1986-1988) and keyboards for Leigh Gregory from the Dispossessed, Kilometers From Nowhere as well as the Mellow Drunks, from 1988 until 1992, and acoustic guitar on the Dispossessed recording. An experienced engineer, Duke spent some time working the soundboard for Gregory, Dar Williams, Alison Krauss & Union Train station, the Nields, Huey Lewis and Bruce Hornsby as well as for r / c, WWUH, WSPR and WDRC, in Connecticut. He released a single album, Long Strolls Off A BRIEF Pier”, in 1999, and documented a yet-to-be-released recording between 1999 and 2002. Dube produced his saving debut, in 1983, on the Jack Tragic recording, DECREASING The Hill, that included “I Get rid of Hippies”, a tongue-in-joel melody selected by Spin journal as “among the best 100 punk singles ever.”

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