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Multiple Places was a New Orleans-based rock band formed in 1983 by Marc Boudousquie (bass), Duncan McCord (lead vocals & keyboards), Rodney Rollins (drums), and Settly (guitar & vocals). They were known for upbeat original songs and theatrical stage shows influenced by such diverse styles as post punk, progressive rock, and New Orleans R&B. They appeared on MTV's "The Cutting Edge" in April 1986, a showcase of unsigned bands, and attended SxSW in 1988. Between 1984 and 1990, Multiple Places had a number of popular songs regularly played on WTUL FM, Tulane University's radio station in New Orleans. A fixture on the local live music scene, Multiple Places was known for unique and visual live performances inspired by psychedelia and dance. In 1989, they released their only album, "Duncan," on Martini Records, following the death of Duncan McCord. The band continued in various line-ups into the 1990s but were never signed to a major label.

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