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Wayne "The Train" Hancock, with Bill Kirchen, in Sellersville

Country swinger Wayne "The Train" Hancock plays the Sellersville Theatre in Bucks County tonight, with former Commander Cody guitar hero Bill Kirchen opening.

Wayne "The Train" Hancock, with Bill Kirchen, in Sellersville

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Country swinger Wayne "The Train" Hancock plays the Sellersville Theatre in Bucks County tonight, with former Commander Cody guitar hero Bill Kirchen opening.

Nick Cristiano's interview with Hancock from last Friday's Inquirer, in which the often-compared-to-Hank Williams throwback songwriter explains that he doesn't call what he does country music anymore "because [the meaning of the word] has changed: Now country is more like really bad '70s rock," is here.

Below, hear Wayne the Train sing the "Railroad Blues," with steel guitar whiz Lloyd Maines. Show detail are here.

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