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The California jam band ALO.
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August 25, 2010 The California jam band recorded its new album with Jack Johnson in Hawaii. Listen to an interview with host David Dye, as well as a performance on the World Cafe Live stage.
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May 21, 2010 ALO got its start as a nine-piece, brass-fueled Santa Barbara jam band. These days, ALO's four members record for Jack Johnson's Brushfire label and mix jam-rock, jazz, folk and pop. Hear the group perform live in concert from WXPN in Philadelphia.
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