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Charlie's angles

October 11, 2005

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At 12, Charlie Sexton jammed with Stevie Ray Vaughan. At 16, he had a top-20 hit and an MTV profile. Now, at 37, he's left Bob Dylan's ''Never Ending Tour" band to head out on his own. He's got a new album, ''Cruel and Gentle Things," and opens tonight at Avalon for John Mayer. Just don't ask him to play ... (Full article: 685 words)

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