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He's Singing The Blues
Posted on Saturday, August 02, 2003 - 10:06 PM
by Meredith Cristiano,The Kent County Daily Times,2/17/97

The car bumps along a sleepy dirt road and comes to a stop just outside a cedar cabin. Inside, you marvel at the shiny beams of wood and brass trimmed fireplace, Native American blankets and remarkable still photographs.

A sliding door to the deck renders a delicate, Currier and Ives view Big River, just at Coventry's southern edge. With J. Dustin Sommers, you quickly learn to anticipate and relish the unexpected. A young, self-proclaimed "Swamp Yankee" with proclivity for some mean delta blues, a native Conventry son who happens to be friends with some very prominent southerners-namely, the Allman Brothers Band.

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