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His pop songs provide the drama for TV

'It isn't about any one thing anymore,' says Will Dailey of his musical career. [TV is] just one piece of this puzzle. And this puzzle keeps getting put together.' "It isn't about any one thing anymore," says Will Dailey of his musical career. [TV is] just one piece of this puzzle. And this puzzle keeps getting put together." (aram boghosian for the boston globe)
By Linda Laban
Globe Correspondent / January 23, 2008

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CAMBRIDGE - It was a blessedly warm January afternoon, but Will Dailey was nursing a whiskey-laced hot toddy. "Fighting something off," he mumbled with a pained expression as he relaxed in a booth at the Cambridge Common restaurant. Three days later, the 31-year-old Malden native, formerly of Boston pop-rock band Mappari, performed downstairs at the Lizard Lounge with his four-piece ... (Full article: 727 words)

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