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Live in the Clubs: Roohan shows serious side in new band

MaryLeigh & the Fauves — from left, Dave Farnsworth, MaryLeigh Roohan, Heather Bisch and Zachary Edwards — play the Hudson River Coffee House on Friday.
MaryLeigh & the Fauves — from left, Dave Farnsworth, MaryLeigh Roohan, Heather Bisch and Zachary Edwards — play the Hudson River Coffee House on Friday.
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MaryLeigh Roohan, 21, began playing guitar and writing songs at age 15, but she wasn’t taking it too seriously back then. “They weren’t good — I just want to make that very clear,” she said, laughing. “I kind of wrote goofy songs. I think I was too embarrassed to take myself seriously. I started writing more serious songs when I was around 17, and that’s kind of when I started going to open mics like ...


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