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    Feeder Bands

    Date: June 8, 2017

    The Carrollton Station Foundation presents
    Feeder Bands on the Run

    A New Orleans inspired compilation

    by local songwriters about Hope, Havoc & Home.

    All songs ©2007 by each individual artist
    Credits and Special Thanks To:
    Graphics: GivensGracia | Cover Art: Wright McFarland | Studio Time: The Music Shed
    (Chris Bartley, Lu Rojas, Frank Alquist) Mastering: Bruce Barielle | Legal Assistance
    Adrian Colon, Jr. (Ballay, Brand & Colon) | Accounting: Matthew Person and David Moolekamp (Matthew Person and Assoc, CPAs) | Website Design by: Connie Zimmerman Additional thanks to: Bridgette Pool, Tim Reed, Celeste Balluff, Randy Couch & Jenny Orlando

    The Carrollton Station Foundation, Inc is a non-profit organization designed for Hurricane relief for New Orleans musicians. Its officers are: Eric Orlando, Marc Belloni & Tucker Crawford

    We wish to thank all artist and musicians who have generously given their time and talents to this project. You are the inspiration and reason for all of our efforts.

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