Bill Janovitz and co. step into the KEXP Live Room with John Richards to discuss their children not noticing when they go on tour and perform a set of Buffalo Tom songs old and new.
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The members of the long-running Boston outfit Buffalo Tom may have aged, but their melodic scratch still channels a vintage passion. Bill Janovitz and co. step into the KEXP Live Room with John Richards to discuss their children not noticing when they go on tour and perform a set of Buffalo Tom songs old and new. Recorded 03/01/2018. 

1. All Be Gone
2. Taillights Fade
3. Kitchen Door
4. I’m Allowed
5. The Least That We Can Do

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