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Claire Lynch Band, “How Many Moons”
 
Claire Lynch and her band perform live backstage at the Freight and Salvage in Berkeley, California, in 2014.
June 14, 2016

Before their soundcheck at the Freight and Salvage in Berkeley, California, a few years ago, Claire Lynch and her band—Mark Schatz (bass), Bryan McDowell (fiddle, mandolin, and vocals), and Matt Wingate (guitar and vocals)—graciously allowed us to film a couple of informal performances. Here they perform Lynch’s song “How Many Moons” from her 2014 release Dear Sister (compassrecords.com). (clairelynch.com)

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