All in a Weekend Montreal | Jun 15, 2013 | 12:08

AIAW replay: Grant Lawrence

On CBCMusic.ca, the Montreal portion of Grant Lawrence's Beetle Roadtrip Sessions is posted. Grant was meeting up with Sam Roberts to play and to busk in the streets of Montreal.

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