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Harvey Dalton Arnold Blues Band, Gasolinestove 

When: Sat., Aug. 14, 8 p.m. 2010
Price: Free

Harvey Dalton Arnold started contributing left-handed bass to The Outlaws just after "Green Grass and High Tides," second only to "Free Bird" when it comes to Southern rock epic-ness. But Arnold often navigated through that lengthy number during his half-decade in the band. These days, though, it's social work and blues guitar for Arnold, and he's having a blast. And green grass plays a big role in "Sunny Day Suicide," the key track on Gasolinestove's roots festival of a debut, Vultures on the Mainframe. That is, you better keep it mowed or your life could lose its bearings in the front lawn.—Rick Cornell

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