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Interview: A.A. Bondy Chats About When The Devil's Loose

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A.A. (Auguste Arthur) Bondy knows all about second chances. When his former band Verbena imploded in 2003, Bondy took off into the wilderness of the Catskills. Four years later he emerged back into the music scene with his lovely solo debut American Hearts which incorporated blues, folk, and a country twang,which he had recorded in his barn.

This year, his second album When The Devil's Loose impressing critics and audiences a like with it's rough hewn edges and earthy melodies, influenced by music that came a time before rock n' roll was even a concept. We caught up with A.A. Bondy (or as he's known to his friends, Scott) before his show at the Echo. Here is some of what was said.

A.A. Bondy - When The Devil's Loose