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An Illuminating Chat with Indie Folk Act Phosphorescent

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Steve Gullick

When you think of live records, usually you think of album stop-gaps, in-between releases that don't exactly add or subtract much from a band's sound. Not so for indie folk rock band Phosphorescent, whose newest release, Live at the Music Hall, definitely deserves a listen. We talked with band frontman/founder/CEO Matthew Houck about the band's name, its evolution over the years and even its inclusion in The Amazing Spider-Man 2 soundtrack.  

Phosphorescent released Live at the Music Hall on Dead Oceans this past spring. You can catch up with the band on Facebook and Twitter, and you can connect with Joni Deutsch on FacebookTwitter and Insta. Hear more tunes from Phosphorescent on 'A Change of Tune,' airing Saturdays at 10pm EST on West Virginia Public Broadcasting.

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