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Errol's Pick

Alistair Christl is a local singer and guitarist who is a fixture on our hopping roots and rockabilly scenes. He's playing the 3030 club in the Junction tomorrow and our music columnist Errol Nazareth reviewed his latest CD, "Bonnie & Clyde", on the show this morning. Christl has been playing around town for more than 12 years and has really carved out a name for himself with his solid song writing and playing. He's blessed with a gorgeous voice that beautifully complements his mellow material as well as his high-octane country and rockabilly tunes. You can see Alistair and his group "The Cosmotones" when they play the 12th edition of the Rockabilly Shake-up Friday. The Shakeups are a real blast, and the Cosmotones will be sharing the bill with Christian D & The Hangovers, another great live act who belt out punk-laced rockabilly as if their lives depended on it.

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