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Hubbard sings of life lived on the edge

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After all the hard miles, Ray Wylie Hubbard seemed in some sort of late-career overdrive at WAMC’s The Linda on Monday. Handcuffed to a snarky early novelty hit (“Up Against the Wall, Redneck Mother”), plagued by plenty of personal problems in times past and mauled by the myth that there are no second acts in American lives, Hubbard has evolved from a hard-touring Texas rocker into a newer-Age — we’re talking older and wiser — ...


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