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Armchair Boogie & Fireside Collective

Armchair Boogie & Fireside Collective

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ABOUT ARMCHAIR BOOGIE

Quite a few notable entities have called Stevens Point, Wisconsin their home, such as: the world’s largest trivia contest, the majestic Schmeeckle Reserve, and first-class American cricketer Ian Holland. However, among the notability resides an entity that stands taller and grooves harder than the rest: Armchair Boogie.

The up-tempo, funkgrass quartet started in 2015 when Augie Dougherty (banjo, vocals) and Ben Majeska (guitar, vocals) collided in a fiery crash of modern bluegrass glory. With the rhythmic addition of Eli Frieders (bass) and Denzel Connor (drums), the Boogie Boys took their current funky form.

After moving just a couple hours South to Madison, WI in 2018, the band put together their self-titled debut album, rich with deep grooves, grassy jams, and well-structured lyrics. A nationwide tour following the release of the album brought their music to life, building a loyal fanbase that would come to support their sophomore album, “What Does Time Care?” (2019).

Be sure to check out Armchair Boogie’s latest release, “The Western EP” (2021), which shows a side of the band’s music that travels from Appalachia and sets its roots in the dry valleys of the Southwest.

ABOUT FIRESIDE COLLECTIVE

A quintet who cheerfully disregard every kind of one-dimensional label that might be attached to their music, Fireside Collective has been on a roll since emerging seven years ago from the fertile roots music scene of Asheville, North Carolina. In quick order, the progressive bluegrass group released its debut album, won the 2016 Band Contest at MerleFest, earned an International Bluegrass Music Association Momentum Band of the Year nomination and embarked on an ambitious touring schedule that’s earned an enthusiastic reception from traditional bluegrass to wide-ranging, eclectic music festival audiences alike.

​ Blending the characteristic interplay of bluegrass instrumentation and harmonies with strong original material and exuberant energy, Fireside Collective has drawn on folk, blues, funk and a wide variety of bluegrass sounds to create a distinctive body of work that’s all their own.

Each member—Joe Cicero (guitar); Alex Genova (banjo); Jesse Iaquinto (mandolin); Tommy Maher (resonator guitar) and Carson White (upright bass)— brings a strong, original voice to his instrument, and the unique contributions of different lead and harmony vocalists complement the variety in the group’s many original songs. “Depending on where you come from and your experience with folk music, you may think we’re very traditional, or on the other hand, consider us a progressive act,” says Iaquinto. “We appreciate both ends of the spectrum and may lie on a different end on any given night.” But whether they’re bringing the classic sound of bluegrass or exploring new musical territory, Fireside Collective delivers a fresh, energetic approach and a blast of enthusiastic creativity that’s electrifying audiences across the country.

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Jay White Presents Christmas With Friends

Jay White Presents Christmas With Friends

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COME OUT AND CELEBRATE THE HOLIDAY SEASON WITH JAY WHITE AS HE PRESENTS CHRISTMAS WITH FRIENDS. YOU SHOULD BE THAT SOMEBODY IN THE PLACE FOR A NIGHT OF HAPPINESS, JOY AND SPIRIT FILLED SOULFUL MUSIC TO WARM YOUR HEART. DON’T MISS THE EXPERIENCE!

Special Guests: Lenesha Randolph, Ron Poindexter, The McCrary Sisters, Kyla Jade, Jess Nolan, Royce Moseley, Tommy Sims and more!

Jay White spreads a message of love universally for all through his masterful expressions on the bass, vocals, drums and percussion in performances. Jay White encompasses a blend of R&B, Jazz, Country and Gospel from a rich musical tapestry that has come to be known as the “Jay White Flavor”.

Jay White’s Christmas with Friends supports Project Love Strong! A portion of the proceeds from the event will be given to Project Love Strong.

Project Love Strong is accepting donations for the homeless for the winter – Items needed – Blankets/Sleeping Bags, Hoodies (all sizes), Travels size, Hygiene Products (Deodorant, Soap, Lotion, Toothpaste, Socks, Mouthwash).

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Breaking Sound

Breaking Sound

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Taylor Sackson bringing a young, modern perspective to classic songwriting tropes—friendship, love, loss, SOHEILL bringing a diverse blend of rock guitars, synthesizers, live drums, and electronic drums, Corey Miranne writing songs to make you cry and feel alive, Maddie Ettrich drawing inspiration from stories of love, youth, and party mischief — this is a line-up surely not to be missed.

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Intimo

Intimo

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Ven a cantar y disfrutar de los mejores éxitos del cantautor español Alejandro Sanz en un concierto totalmente en vivo junto al interprete Fran Valenzuela, finalista de La Voz España y su maravillosa banda.

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SmithField and Friends Christmas

SmithField and Friends Christmas

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SmithField and Friends Christmas show will feature a mix of all the Christmas classics, Christmas originals, and original music from each artist. Special guests appear all throughout the show as SmithField sings and hosts the entire night. A jazzy band that backs every artist is sure to put you in the holiday spirit! Everyone is encouraged to bring at least one wish list item to help the homeless animals of Nashville. All will go to the Nashville Humane Association for the holidays! A great night to celebrate the holiday season and give back to our Nashville community! Make it a date night, girls night, Christmas party with friends or family, and come get in the holiday spirit.

Featuring special guests, Austin Burke, Sarah Darling, Sammy Arriaga, Ruthie Collins, and Clare Dunn.

SHOW & DONATION ITEM DRIVE BENEFITTING THE HOMELESS ANIMALS OF NASHVILLE HUMANE ASSOCIATION.

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Analog Bluegrass

Analog Bluegrass

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A powerfully gifted musician and a scholar of Black American music, Jake Blount speaks ardently about the African roots of the banjo and the subtle, yet profound ways African Americans have shaped and defined the amorphous categories of roots music and Americana. His 2020 album Spider Tales (named one of the year’s best albums by NPR and The New Yorker, earned a perfect 5-star review from The Guardian) highlighted the Black and Indigenous histories of popular American folk tunes, as well as revived songs unjustly forgotten in the whitewashing of the canon. Jake Blount’s new album, The New Faith, is a towering achievement of dystopian Afrofuturism and his first album for Smithsonian Folkways (coming September 23, 2022). The New Faith is spiritual music, filled with hope for salvation and righteous anger in equal measure. The album manifests our worst fears on the shores of an island in Maine, where Blount enacts an imagined religious ceremony performed by Black refugees after the collapse of global civilization due to catastrophic climate change. Jake Blount’s music is rooted in care and confrontation. On stage, each song he and his band play is chosen for a reason – because it highlights important elements about the stories we tell ourselves of our shared history and our endlessly complicated present moment. The more we learn about where we’ve been, the better equipped we are to face the future.

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Cory Michael & Cam Pierce

Cory Michael & Cam Pierce

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ABOUT CORY MICHAEL

Cory Michael is a country musician from West Texas, who has made his home in Nashville.

In 2014, Cory launched his solo career with his original song “Your Man” which made the Texas Top 100 charts, peaking at #63 (Texas Regional Radio Report, TRRR). He hit the road to promote the song and his hard work paid off and Cory went on to open for performers such as Mark Chesnutt, Gary Alan, Tyler Farr, Dustin Lynch, Chris Young, Cody Johnson, Chris Jansen, Randy Rogers, Wade Bowen, Cory Morrow and Easton Corbin.

ABOUT CAM PIERCE

Cam Pierce has been hard at work since relocating to Nashville from Oregon five years ago. He has gratefully found a home among an audience who are hungry for a good story. Drawing deeply from his time spent in the hills and forests of the West, his is a unique take on the Folk, Country and Western styles of music. A little different, but from the same.

A writer first and foremost, with a purely genuine and spontaneous approach to songwriting, his stories reach out and activate the imagination, transporting the listener to another place, time and frame of mind. These are true songs for lovers of music.

After a four year lapse in releasing music, the wait and weight are nearly over. A release date has been set, but not announced for a brand new 9 track band record that was done in a cathedral log cabin, high up on a hill in Leiper’s Fork, TN. We cannot wait to share it with you soon

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Sarah Reeves

Sarah Reeves

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Join Sarah Reeves and Special Guests as she performs her Christmas album “More the Merrier” LIVE at Analog at Hutton Hotel on December 15th. Dress your best, bring some friends or make it a date night. Limited room available so get your tickets while they last!

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Nefesh Mountain

Nefesh Mountain

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ABOUT NEFESH MOUNTAIN

Since their arrival on the scene in 2015, Nefesh Mountain has been hailed as one of today’s formative boundary pushing Bluegrass/Americana bands. In a testament to the unbridled imagination and extraordinary grace of their musicianship, each track on Songs for the Sparrows ineffably evokes the sensation of roaming through the unknown. True to the album’s spirit of loving inclusivity, Lindberg and Zasloff, have created an elegantly wayward sound by melding elements of everything from Americana and Appalachian bluegrass to Celtic folk and Eastern European music. Not only a reflection of their vast musical knowledge, that open-hearted embracing of so many eclectic genres also speaks to the joyful curiosity that animates every aspect of their artistry.

Writing thirteen of the fourteen tracks, the duo looked back on a life-changing trip to Eastern Europe in 2018. “We tracked down the towns where our families are from, and it was devastating to see the destruction of the Holocaust firsthand, and to know that we’re not so far removed from that time,” says Lindberg. “” ‘Songs For The Sparrows’ ultimately came from that experience, and from thinking about the many groups of people who are horribly discriminated against in the U.S.” Zasloff adds: “To us, sparrows represent a small but mighty voice. That’s why we chose to name the album for them—they’re often overlooked, but they’re beautiful and everywhere.” Lindberg and Zasloff are the heart of this eclectic band, alongside longtime bandmate and fiddle player Alan Grubner, David Goldenberg on mandolin, and Max Johnson on bass.

with TAYLOR ASHTON

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Joseph Wooten

Joseph Wooten

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Joseph Wooten hosts his annual holiday and birthday show at Analog with his brothers as special guests.

ABOUT JOSEPH WOOTEN

Joseph Allen Wooten, a loving husband and father, keyboardist, writer, arranger, producer, educator, motivational speaker, and author, is a 3-time Grammy Award nominated artist, and since 1993 is the keyboardist/vocalist for Rock N Roll Hall of Fame, Steve Miller and legendary Steve Miller Band. Born to Dorothy and Elijah “Pete” Wooten, Joseph is the 2nd youngest of the 5 Wooten Brothers, all musicians: 5-time Grammy Award Winning bassist, Victor Wooten; 5-time Grammy Award Winner and drummer/inventor Roy “Futureman” Wooten; guitarist Elijah “Regi” Wooten aka “The Teacha,” and the late saxophonist Rudy Wooten. The Wooten brothers are also known as “The First Family of Nashville”!

Joseph’s early elementary school years were spent with his siblings playing nightclubs and sharing the stage with Curtis Mayfield, War, and other major artists of the time as “The Wooten Brothers.” In the ’70s, there were more major artists to share the stage with: The Temptations, The SOS Band, Stephanie Mills, Dexter Wansel, Ramsey Lewis, Maze featuring Frankie Beverly and others.

As the ’80s arrived, the brothers caught the ear of the popular R&B artist/producer Kashif where they recorded an album entitled “The Wootens” for Artista Records. Joseph’s unmatched talent and undeniable groove landed him the position of band leader, musical director, and keyboardist for Kashif. During that time with Arista Records, Joseph sang back ground vocals for Whitney Houston on her debut and Kenny G, and co-wrote with Kashif and brother Roy “Call Me Tonight” which was Grammy nominated for Instrumental of the Year. Joseph contributed numerous compositions on Victor’s Grammy nominated CD, “Yin Yang”. During this time, when the family moved East, Joseph and his brothers had a residency at Busch Gardens, where Joseph honed his skills not only as a keyboardist, but, as an accordion player, arranger, and composer as he composed over 40 pieces of music for every individual cast member.

Joseph is now the keyboard player/vocalist for the legendary Steve Miller Band, playing large venues around the world. Whenever his extensive touring schedule allows, he also serves as keyboardist to his brother Victor Wooten, and fronts his own band, Joseph Wooten & The Hands of Soul. Joseph is also a member of an elite group of hand picked musicians called Freedom Sings, organized by the First Amendment Center in Washington D.C., presenting a multi-media experience celebrating The First Amendment and free expression. In addition to releasing several of his own albums and singles, Joseph continues to be very active composing, producing, and recording vocals and keyboards for other artists.

In 2017, he published his book, “It All Matters: What I Believe, Words That I Live By.” This collection of thoughts and concepts, originally recorded over the years in Joseph’s personal journal, is intended to make people think and give insight into who Joseph Wooten is as a person. When he is not traveling from city to city, Joseph can often be found speaking to students in middle school, high school, and college, about character development, self esteem, self respect, and personal growth using his own life experiences as examples. Recently Joseph played for career military Veterans and Gold Star families at the Field Of Dreams movie site. He also had the privilege to do a TEDx Talk in Memphis, Tennessee called “Why It All Matters.”

In 2019, he was chosen as the celebrity mentor, coach and MC for the first annual “Opening Act” online competition. The winner played at the Hollywood bowl in LA for the sold out “We Can Survive” show.

I Matter! You Matter! is a non-profit organization founded by Joseph Wooten and his wife, Stephanie, with the goal of creating positive change through speaking to and working with young people of all ages, giving scholarships to deserving young people, providing aid and support to the homeless and Veterans. Visit imatteryoumatter.com for more information.

Joseph currently resides in Nashville, Tennessee with his wife, Stephanie.

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Radio Company Holiday Party

Radio Company Holiday Party

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ALL TICKETS ARE SOLD OUT, THANK YOU!!

ABOUT RADIO COMPANY

Radio Company was formed in 2018 in Austin, TX as a collaboration between Jensen Ackles and Steve Carlson. The two have been writing and performing together for nearly 15 years. While roommates in Los Angeles the two developed a short hand in writing music together. Carlson’s award-winning 2014 rockumentary, titled “Different Town”, was inspired by the song of the same name, written by the two while traveling.

A few years later, Ackles and Carlson relocated to Austin, TX and decided to form Radio Company. The duo recently recorded their debut album at the legendary Arlyn Studios. Other musicians on the album include Eric Tessmer, Chris Masterson (Steve Earle, Son Volt, Shooter Jennings), Bukka Allen (Jack Ingram, Ryan Bingham, Joe Walsh), Warren Hood (Little Feat, Lyle Lovett, Bruce Robison, Alejandro Escovedo, Joe Ely), and Brian Standefer (Ryan Bingham, Ben Kweller, Reckless Kelly).

ABOUT LOUDEN SWAIN

Formed in Los Angeles and named after a character in 1980s film Vision Quest, Louden Swain made its official debut with 2001’s Able-Legged Heroes. Albums like 2009’s A Brand New Hurt, 2014’s Sky Alive, and 2017’s No Time Like the Present followed. With drummer Stephen Norton and guitarist Billy Moran rounding out the group’s lineup, all four members shared songwriting duties, turning Louden Swain into a true collaboration.

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The Spaceship of the Imagination

The Spaceship of the Imagination

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THE SPACESHIP OF THE IMAGINATION PROUDLY PRESENTS:

A SIMPLE (SYNTHFUL) CHRISTMAS

The Spaceship of the Imagination rides again with a subversive and comedic history of Christmas told through song featuring Nicki Bluhm, Erin Rae, Lindsay Lou, JP Harris, Caroline Spence, Tha Gambler (Protomen), Shannon McNally, Brit Taylor, Adam Chaffins, Lauren Morrow, Kyle Crownover, Nick Govrick, Jon Latham, Brian Wright, Sally Jaye, Creamer, Tommy Scifres, Meredith DiMenna, Carey Kotsionis and more.

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NYE 2023

NYE 2023

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Make NYE 2023 a night to remember with 92Q inside the beautiful Analog music venue at the Hutton Hotel. Hosted by Kenny Smoov with DJ C-Wiz on the 1’s and 2’s. Live band set from Herchel Bailey. Champagne toast. $250 prize for the best dressed couple!

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NYE 2023
Julie Eddy

Julie Eddy

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Rising country artist Julie Eddy hosts an evening celebrating the release of her highly-anticipated EP “Southbound”. The opening set features fellow country artists Rachel LaRen, Brooke Lynn, Erin Grand, and Brooke Lee performing the songs Eddy co-wrote for their own projects and artistry.

ABOUT THE ARTISTS:

JULIE EDDY:

Country powerhouse Julie Eddy has an energy all her own & is bound to leave an impression on anyone who sees her perform. Her dynamic vocals, versatility, & charisma on stage help her stand apart from the pack in music city. As a full-time artist and songwriter, she has made a name for herself through her craft, story-telling through a lens that is personal and compelling yet relatable to the masses. Born and raised in a small town in South Dakota, Eddy taught herself to play guitar at 13 and started performing as soon as venues would let her in the door. Years later Eddy has worked her way up to playing bigger stages, opening shows for several award-winning artists including Justin Moore, Granger Smith, Brett Young, Travis Denning, Sam Hunt, and Grammy-Award winning duo Dan + Shay. Eddy shows no signs of slowing down any time soon playing several shows a month at various widely known venues in Nashville such as The Basement, The Listening Room Cafe, 3rd & Lindsley, The Local, Tin Roof, The Twelve Thirty Club, and several of the most sought-after bars on Broadway. In the last year Eddy has more than tripled her streams and social media presence following the release of her singles “Denim”, “Roll With Us”, “Johnnie Walker Blues”, & “On My Way To You”. Her upcoming EP “Southbound”, releasing January 27th, showcases all sides of Eddy’s artistry & cements her as an artist on the rise.

RACHEL LAREN:

Rachel LaRen offers a fresh perspective on modern country that she calls whimsical western. Originally from East Texas, Rachel prides herself on creating music that is raw and relatable. Her whimsical tone mixed with the storytelling in her lyrics can’t help but evict emotion from the listener. After relocating to Nashville, TN Rachel has continued to gain a following by the release of her debut EP “Cowboy’s Don’t Change” which has reached over a million streams since its release in June. The breakout single “John Wayne” has earned LaRen rising country star status with over 100,000 streams in the first three weeks, #12 spot on Texas Music Pickers spotify chart and live features on KCKL and KOXE. LaRen’s latest release, the Cotton Candy Sky Sessions, has only solidified her spot in Nashville and continued to bring in fans while confirming her rising star status.

BROOKE LYNN:

Minnesota native, Brooke Lynn is one of Nashville’s most promising up and coming artists. Raised on country and classic rock, Brooke’s soulful, powerhouse vocals cement her sound as one all its own in the scene. With a passion for storytelling, Brooke’s lyrics are honest, visual, and seek connection from the heart. Her songs are known for their catchy melodies and the raw emotion evoked in her vocals alone. Brooke’s newest single, “Cigarettes in the Sand,” a nostalgic, feel-good song about the fate of summer love landed some of Spotify’s biggest playlists, including Fresh Finds, Fresh Finds Country, and New Music Friday Country. With 55k monthly Spotify listeners and nearly 94k TikTok followers, Lynn is making a name for herself in music city.

ERIN GRAND:

For artist Erin Grand, all roads led to a career in music. Born and raised just outside of the Twin Cities, the pop-country powerhouse, always seemed driven toward a vocation in the performing arts. Growing up in a family that supported Grand’s aspirations, she first discovered her love of singing at age 8, and began finding her lane in country music soon after. “My parents raised me on country and rock and roll – which I’m forever grateful for.” Like many, she began her music career by performing in church. Simultaneously, Grand sang in a secular pop band – which later became a duo. Eager to progress, Grand began taking monthly trips to Nashville to hone her melodic and lyrical skills. In February of 2020, Grand moved to Nashville and later released her first single ‘Mood’ with an EP to follow. Drawing inspiration from Maren Morris, Kassi Ashton, Bruno Mars and many more. Grand has new music set to release in early 2023.

BROOKE LEE:

Brooke Lee has been chasing down her dream in music the majority of her life. At 15 she started her first band and began playing in bars all over the Carolina’s. At 20 she was named “Best Female Country Vocalist in the Queen City” and still holds the title. Country music is in her soul, but she has definitely been influenced by classic rock and it shows in her music and voice. Lee is known as a “Wild Child” amongst her friends and her fans most certainly agree. Between traveling, thrifting, and living life to the fullest, she continues to write songs and share all of her experiences and stories.

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<strong>Jaimee Harris ‘Boomerang Town’ Album Release Show</strong>

Jaimee Harris ‘Boomerang Town’ Album Release Show

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ABOUT JAMIEE HARRIS’ BOOMERANG TOWN

Jaimee Harris’s sophomore effort Boomerang Town marks a bold step forward for this country-folk-leaning singer-songwriter. It is an arresting, ambitious song-cycle that explores the generational arc of family, the stranglehold of addiction, and the fragile ties that bind us together as Americans.

Harris began cultivating Boomerang Town in 2016, a time of great loss for many in the Americana community, with the songwriter losing several musicians close to her. A shift in the nation’s political landscape had ushered in a new level of cultural polarization and for someone who grew up in a small town outside of Waco, Texas, Harris believed the values instilled by her parents were not entirely in line with how many were viewing, and vilifying, Christians. As a person in recovery, Harris has had to re-evaluate her own connection to faith and find strength in a higher power. It was from the intersection of these social, personal, and political currents that the album was born.

While themes of addiction and grief permeate sections of the record, it echoes hope in the face of the darkness. Out February 17th, Boomerang Town understands that love and grief are two sides of the same coin.

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Analog at Hutton Hotel is an intimate music venue showcasing the industry’s most inspired musicians, giving you an up close and personal experience in a comfortable living-room style setting. It immerses audiences in Nashville’s unrivaled live music scene, where storytelling is prized above all else.

Located just steps from the famed Music Row, Analog was designed to provide some of the best venue acoustics in all of Nashville while providing an intimate, interactive, and engaging experience for audiences and talent. From the artists, to the design of the lounge seating, to the advanced, innovative technology, to the mixologist providing crafted cocktails—the artistic spirit inspires a unique experience nightly.  

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