Where the River Flowes 

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Whoa, what? Kate Hudson's husband was in a band? Cool! Aw, kidding. … They're separated now. What? Yes, last month. No, the Black Crowes. Yeah, the band sort of broke up in like 2002 and the brothers Robinson each did solo stuff and … oh, they did "She Talks to Angels" back in the day and … yeah, they had that album cover with the (sotto voce) picture of the lady's bikini area! They do big loud rock, kind of Southerny, very kind of classic rock, kind of dirty. They what? Yeah, they're touring again after getting back together like last year. Touring with the Drive-By Truckers and all. Yeah, no, the show is totally free on that Island, the Brown one, Thursday, ah, Sept. 7, with that other Southern guy, Will Hoge, like 6:30 p.m. Huh? I think they're coming 'cause it's NASCAR weekend. What, would she? With you? Probably not. Because she was married to a rock star! Aw, call 864-9555. S



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