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January 30, 2008 A guitarist, singer, songwriter, and producer, Hawley is best known for his work in the U.K. bands Longpigs and Pulp. Now a versatile and charming solo artist, Hawley gives an interview and performance from WXPN.
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October 5, 2007 Mathematician turned musician Dan Snaith; '70s Southern California: Cass McCombs; A delightful Sunset Rubdown; Britpop singer, guitarist Richard Hawley; The quiet side of guitar rocker PJ Harvey; A tribute to Automatic for the People.
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October 3, 2007 Imagine a song recorded by Morrissey, written by The Everly Brothers and produced by Roy Orbison, and that should provide some idea of what to expect from "Tonight the Streets Are Ours," the lusciously arranged single from Richard Hawley's Lady's Bridge.
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