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-King Tut is Mark Boyd and Drew Veres originally out of Cleveland, OH. Their debut album "Chopping Wood & Carrying Water is due out early to mid winter of 2008. +King Tut is Mark Boyd and Drew Veres originally out of Cleveland, OH. Both Mark and Drew lived in Asheville together for two years, but now Drew has returned to Cleveland to attend the recording program at Cuyahoga Community College. Mark currently attends the University of North Carolina at Asheville, and works at Endangered Audio, a locally-based music technology company.
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-All of the bands music is available for free by contacting them at www.myspace.com/kingtutband or directly emailing at keepyourkingsinthebackrow@gmail.com+
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-Also feel free to check out...+
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-- http://www.analoguemagazine.com/features/king-tut/ +
-- http://www.bbc.co.uk/worldservice/specials/129_nbt07_rules/page3.shtml+
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 +Their first album, "Chopping Wood & Carrying Water" was released early 2008 and features 21 tracks, with a total time nigh on 80 minutes. Their newest album, an as-yet-untitled 7" EP featuring two songs from their live set, will be released in the winter of 2009. The duo are currently working by sending songs back and forth over the internet a la The Postal Service, and have drawn in more guest musicians as well.

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-King Tut is a relativily new band from northern Ohio. King Tut is Mark Boyd, Drew Veres, Russ Brill, and Mike Dunford. Their music is described as highly original and inspiring . They joined together for one purpose, to create inspirational music like no one has ever heard. They have an album coming soon; as of now it is looks like it will be a two disc debut album released winter 2006.+ 

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King Tut is Mark Boyd and Drew Veres originally out of Cleveland, OH. Their first album, “Chopping Wood & Carrying Water” was released early 2008 and features 21 tracks, with a total time nigh on 80 minutes. Their newest album, an as-yet-untitled 7” EP featuring two songs from their live set, will be released in the winter of 2009. The duo are currently working by sending songs back and forth over the internet a la The Postal Service, and have drawn in more guest musicians as well. King Tut has officially disbanded as of May 2011. New music from Mark Boyd (with Luke Brandfon) can be found at http://thesixtyone.com/weddings