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Howlin’ Brothers find old-time music fits multiple venues

The Howlin’ Brothers — from left, Ben Plasse (vocals, upright bassist/ banjo), Jared Green (vocals, guitar, harmonica) and Ian Craft (vocals, banjo, mandolin, fiddle) — will be at The Linda in Albany on Friday. (photo: Joshua Black Wilkins)
The Howlin’ Brothers — from left, Ben Plasse (vocals, upright bassist/ banjo), Jared Green (vocals, guitar, harmonica) and Ian Craft (vocals, banjo, mandolin, fiddle) — will be at The Linda in Albany on Friday. (photo: Joshua Black Wilkins)
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Ben Plasse has only been a Howlin’ Brother for the past two years, but already he’s played gigs ranging from brunches to weddings to the usual club dates. Plasse, like his fellow Howlin’ Brothers Jared Green and Ian Craft (none are actually brothers), studied music at Ithaca College — Plasse and Green studied classical guitar and recording, while Craft was in the percussion department. While there, the three performed in everything from jazz ensembles to ...

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