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Cory Chisel performed on Mountain Stage.
December 28, 2010 The folk-rock singer grew up the son of a Baptist minister and the nephew of a blues musician. Both influenced Chisel, who released his debut full-length album in 2009. Here, he performs with his band, the Wandering Sons.
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November 20, 2008 Appleton, Wis., provides a lot of material for Cory Chisel: It's the childhood home of Harry Houdini, and it's surrounded by small towns, bigger lakes, paper mills and vast stretches of rural landscape. The singer-songwriter plays music inspired by the seemingly normal town, and talks about a music scene that takes a lot of pride in itself.
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