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Nights At The Roundtable - Phoenix - 2009

(Phoenix - busy year) [media id=17022] I probably don't have to say very much about Phoenix since they are doing incredibly well here in the U.S.

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(Phoenix - busy year)

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I probably don't have to say very much about Phoenix since they are doing incredibly well here in the U.S. - they're a French band making major strides on the festival circuit (playing everywhere from Coachella just recently to Montreaux), touring all over the U.S. this summer, got a Grammy this past year and life is pretty good for a bunch of guys who got together in 1999, were a backing band for fellow Frenchmen Air and have been striking out on their own for a while.

This track is 1901 - you're probably familiar with it. It's off their newest album Wolfgang Amadeus Phoenix. If not, check it out. If you aren't familiar with them, check out their MySpace page.

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