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PICTURE FROM AN ESPO-SITION

Warner Nashville chieftain John Esposito poses with newly inked roots-rock band The Last Bandoleros, whose rollicking fusion of Beatlesque melody and Tex-Mex vibe have drawn raves. Later, he and EVP A&R Scott Hendricks jetted off to a federal wilderness preserve in Oregon to check out another exciting young outfit, Tarp Man and the Militia Boys. “They’ve promised to play a showcase as soon as they move the cows and find a place to plug in,” related Espo. Seen loaded for bear are (l-r) Esposito, Hendricks, the band’s Derek, Zach, Jerry and Diego, and manager/Cherrytree Music Company  Chairman Martin Kierszenbaum.

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