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Tilly and the Wall taps into a young, sunny sound

By James Reed
Globe Correspondent / October 3, 2004

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The first thing you need to know about Tilly and the Wall is that yes, these five perfectly disheveled hipsters from Omaha are as adorable as their press photos imply. The second is that they don't use a regular drummer; instead they have a tap dancer who sets the rhythm on a wooden platform or sometimes by banging together old ... (Full Article: 813 Words)

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