Mark Olson Finds 'Salvation'

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Before embarking on his critically acclaimed solo career, singer Mark Olson was a founding member of The Jayhawks. Since the band's demise in 1995, he's maintained a reputation as one of the most respected singer-songwriters in roots music. Olson stopped by the Bryant Park Project studio to talk about being the subject of a new documentary, dealing with lame bar crowds at shows, and his most recent album, Salvation Blues.

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Album
Salvation Blues
Artist
Mark Olson
Label
Rykodisc
Released
2007

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