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Soggy Po Boys Interpret Jazz Classics in New Album

Photo courtesy of the Soggy Po Boys
From left to right: Stu Dias (Guitar/Vocals); Zach Lange (Trumpet); Eric Klaxton (Clarinet and Soprano Saxophone); Brett Gallo (Drums); Mike Effenberger (Piano); Nick Mainella (Tenor Saxophone); Scott Kiefner (Bass).

Dover-based band the Soggy Po Boys have a new album interpreting the classics of New Orleans jazz. The seven-member band has been bringing jazzy, funky tunes to audiences throughout New Hampshire and up and down the East Coast since 2012. The new album is called "All In Favor."

The band's singer, Stu Dias, sat down with All Things Considered host Peter Biello to discuss the album. 

More information on the Soggy Po Boys and their new album can be found at soggypoboys.com

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