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Saturday at 9 p.m.- Whiskey Daredevils 

When the Cowslingers finished, singer Greg Miller assumed he was probably done with music. He had accomplished more than he ever thought possible, given what he refers to as his "thin talent set." The Cowslingers had issued 11 full-length records in 14 years and played everywhere. When Daredevils drummer Leo P. Love and Miller's bass-playing brother Ken came to him four months later and wanted to start a new band with guitarists Bobby Lanphier and David Bowling, he was into it. "I still had stupid songs popping into my head, and frankly I missed doing it," he says. "I was back in. This country punkabilly we make is music we believe in, and at any one time a bunch of other great people out there do too. The lifestyle gets in your blood. I get edgy if I am in one place too long after so many years of constant motion. This ridiculous life we have carved out for ourselves is part blessing and part curse." The group celebrates its ten-year anniversary tonight at the Beachland Tavern. (Jeff Niesel)

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