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Song of the Day: 'Another Murder in New Orleans' by Bobby Rush with Blinddog Smokin', featuring Dr. John

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No American city is immune from street crime, but post-Katrina New Orleans has been devastated by so much senseless violence. Written by Carl Gustafson, "Another Murder in New Orleans" looks the facts square in the eye and expresses the human scale of the tragedy through the kind of performance that only Bobby Rush and Dr. John can summon.

From "Decisions" out April 15, 2014 on Silver Talon Records.

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