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Detroit's Financial Struggles, And The Music Of Willis and Robison

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Detroit's Financial Struggles, And The Music Of Willis and Robison

Detroit's Financial Struggles, And The Music Of Willis and Robison

Detroit's Financial Struggles, And The Music Of Willis and Robison

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Bruce Robison and Kelly Willis' first album as collaborators is called Cheater's Game. Cody Hamilton/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Bruce Robison and Kelly Willis' first album as collaborators is called Cheater's Game.

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On this episode of the Weekends on All Things Considered podcast: Detroit's financial struggles, the first integrated team in baseball, and country music couple Kelly Willis and Bruce Robison.

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