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Wayne The Train In Wilmington

Country swinger Wayne "The Train" Hancock plays Mojo 13 in Wilmington tonight. Wayne's the guy that Hank Williams III went to as a songwriter when he wanted to sound like his grandpa. "Working At Working," from this year's Viper of Melody is about as a good of a brand new song about time honored hard times as anybody's put out in 2009, and when I caught Hancock at a little club in New Haven, Conn. earlier this year, he was fronting a tight ensemble well-suited to his straight out of a film noir songs of empty bottles, broken hearts and of course, "Thunderstorms & Neon Signs."

Wayne The Train In Wilmington

Country swinger Wayne "The Train" Hancock plays Mojo 13 in Wilmington tonight. Wayne's the guy that Hank Williams III went to as a songwriter when he wanted to sound like his grandpa. "Working At Working," from this year's Viper of Melody is about as a good of a brand new song about time honored hard times as anybody's put out in 2009, and when I caught Hancock at a little club in New Haven, Conn. earlier this year, he was fronting a tight ensemble well-suited to his straight out of a film noir songs of empty bottles, broken hearts and of course, "Thunderstorms & Neon Signs."  

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