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Touching down in the US

NORMAN WONGGentleman Reg, a Canadian singer-songwriter, brings songs from his album ''Jet Black'' to Boston with a show next week at the Middle East Downstairs. NORMAN WONGGentleman Reg, a Canadian singer-songwriter, brings songs from his album ''Jet Black'' to Boston with a show next week at the Middle East Downstairs. (Norman Wong)
By Danny Deza
Globe Correspondent / May 22, 2009

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Canadian singer-songwriter Reg Vermue, who records as Gentleman Reg, says he isn't as shy as he used to be. After playing backup for friends such as Broken Social Scene and Sufjan Stevens - along with acting in John Cameron Mitchell's indie hit "Shortbus," where he played an albino character - Vermue is finally taking center stage. After releasing his first ... (Full article: 397 words)

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