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Dale Watson: Call Him Insane, But Don't Call Him Country

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Top row, left to right: Soak, Little Simz, Andy Shauf; Bottom row, left to right: Bully, Dale Watson, Kero Kero Bonito Courtesy of the artists hide caption

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SXSW 2015 Music Preview

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Dale Watson: A Honky-Tonk Man With An Outlaw Spirit

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Dale Watson On World Cafe

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Dale Watson in Studio on World Cafe 12/12/07

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