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The Henry Clay People Are Alive And 'Living In Debt'

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In honor of former Secretary of State Henry Clay who died on this day in 1852, we present a video lunch from local music makers The Henry Clay People who are alive, and 'Living in Debt.' Formerly heavy on the Hold Steady sound evocative of the Springsteen spirit, the Glendale-formed fellas released a newly focused 5-song EP This Is A Desert just last month.