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John MacLean's songs tell stories. He is inspired by Richard Shindell, Dylan, Townes Van Zandt, Springsteen, and the memory of his mother singing along with the AM car radio playing hometown Baltimore stations. When the great Texan George Brown moved to Baltimore and John first heard him sing "Pancho and Lefty," John knew he would learn how to play. George taught him, and also that music is for bringing people in, not excluding. Other important teachers and influences include… read more



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  • Avatar for macleanjlast
    Here are seven tracks from my new CD "Letters Home." Let me know what you think!

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