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Washington Post’s Ann Hornaday Converges With Boister

Written on March 17, 2013 at 4:06 PM, by

The Washington Post featured Boister this past week in honor of the screening of “Intolerance” at the Smithsonian’s Freer Gallery. Check it out here.Photographer Bill O’Leary visited us at Magpie Cage Studio in Baltimore where we are recording our seventh album, “Your Wound Is Your Crown.” Here he is herding cats at the beach. Boister producers Lawrence Bertoldi and J. Robbins leading from the rear.



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Chas Marsh Nominated for Barrymore

Written on September 16, 2011 at 3:41 PM, by

Our boy Chas Marsh, bass player extraordinaire, has been nominated for a Barrymore Award for his work in sound design for the production “Between Trains,” which he produced in conjunction with his wife, Juanita Rockwell.  The Barrymores honor excellence in contemporary theater in numerous categories. (Photo credit: Cyndi Johnson)

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