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November 21, 2013

Making a Scene

In his new Kindle Single, journalist Craig Fehrman describes the symbiotic relationship of a band and its home town.

David Goldenberg

In Bowling Green, Kentucky, there is a shortage of spare drummers. The local indie rock scene has grown so big that anyone in this college town of 60,000 who can keep a beat is currently embedded in a ridiculously-but-carefully named band like Morning Teleportation or Buffalo Rodeo. And many of these bands are starting to tour around the country, making names for themselves on a national level. How did this Southern town become a Mecca for hipster music?

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