September 03, 2015

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Jeff Daniels Brings Original Songs, Sense of Humor, to 54 Below

Influenced by songwriters Arlo Guthrie, Christine Lavin and Steve Goodman who brought humor to the forefront of their tunes, "The Newsroom" and God of Carnage star Jeff Daniels has been writing songs since the 1970s. Daniels brings his quirky country/folk/bluegrass blend to 54 Below, along with Brad Phillips on mandolin. Here, the two preview "When My Fingers Find Your Strings." Performances are through Jan. 4. Visit 54Below.com for details.








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