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February 27, 2014 12:00 AM

Tommy Castro gives music more space

As one of the foremost blues-based guitarists of his generation to emerge out of the San Francisco Bay Area, Tommy Castro was used to an ensemble sound fortified by horns, soul and sass. It started with his tenure in the underappreciated West Coast rock and R&B troupe the Dynatones and became a signature of nearly every band he has led since. Until now.

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