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HENRY JAMISON

The singer-songwriter from Vermont takes aim and fires at toxic masculinity

On the Radar

The first lyrics to ring out from Henry Jamison’s second record, Gloria Duplex, are borrowed, in part, from the traditional Irish folk song Arthur McBride. The original song, collected and reworked across generations, as many folk songs are, rails against military recruitment and the violence of war.

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