Multiple Places was a legendary 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 receive regional radio air play. A fixture on the local live music scene, 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.
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