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Chris McFarland


Having a ramshackle voice and sympathetic lyrics that meld well along with his percussive acoustic rock and roll, singer/songwriter Chris McFarland arrived throughout the turn of the century with a robust, weather-worn sound. In 2001, his As though to Place to Rest appeared on In Music We Trust.

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Died May 24, 1918, New Bedford, Massachusetts, United States
Profession Baseball player
Music Songs Chris McFarland: Twang, championship grenade, Sound and the Safety, broken laughter, By Definition, Wild Abandon, taking in return, rupture, Cancer, And At Once, The Last Day of our Acquaintance, in sequences, Sick, Alarm, cover, wavering, Time for Us, One Good Thing, keychains and counterparts, summer, The Evidence of Something, Twang, Song for Every Girl, Drive, On The Wing, clipped black wings, enough, The Evils of a Calendar Year, with my absence, headstones and names, Simple Selfish Plan, what was never said
Albums distance for departure, As If To Lay To Rest, Given, The Unraveling - EP, Beauty and Undertow

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Oh Brother 2014/I Short completed Jerry
Nine to Five 2015 Short Chris
Satire Bros 2015 Short The Bros
Birdman or (The Unexpected Virtue of Ignorance) 2014 Stagehand (uncredited)
An American in Hollywood 2014 Movie Goer
Plutoed 2014 Short Mars
The Secret Life of Walter Mitty 2013 Time Life Employee (uncredited)
The Following 2013 TV Series Paramedic
Commander in Chief: Inside the Oval Office - Kennedy and the Cuban Missile Crisis 2012 TV Movie documentary John F. Kennedy's Aide

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