Popcorn Behavior

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Noah talks with the dance band Popcorn Behavior, hailing from Brattleboro, Vermont. The two principal members, pianist Thomas Bartlett and fiddler Sam Amidon, are 16 years old. Stefan Amidon, the group's percussionist, is 13. Their music draws heavily on Irish and Celtic musical traditions...but there's more to the band than meets the eye immediately. The band members talk about the songs on their second album, called "Journeywork." (STATIONS: "Journeywork" is available on CD and cassette tape. To order a copy, call 802-257-1006 or mail inquiries to Popcorn Behavior, 6 Willow Street, Brattleboro VT, 05301. You can also contact the band via the Internet: write to peteram@sover.net or bartlett@sover.net ) (8:00) ((ST

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