A St. Paul musician's marathon of songs

The Pioneer Press says Terry Eason decided last New Year to write, record and document an original song each day for a whole year. The resolution isn't one he'll likely try again, but Eason says "some pretty cool stuff that came out of this."
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The Pioneer Press says Terry Eason decided last New Year to write, record and document an original song each day for a whole year. The resolution isn't one he'll likely try again, but Eason says "some pretty cool stuff that came out of this."

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