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At The Egg

Cowboy Junkies not afraid to look back or work fast

Cowboy Junkies — from left, Peter Timmins, Margo Timmins, Michael Timmins and Alan Anton — will play The Egg on Saturday.
Cowboy Junkies — from left, Peter Timmins, Margo Timmins, Michael Timmins and Alan Anton — will play The Egg on Saturday.
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The Cowboy Junkies aren’t a band that nitpick over their recordings. The Canadian quartet has a long history of capturing raw performances live off the floor. Their second and most well-known album “The Trinity Session” (1988) was recorded with the band’s members and various guests sitting around a single ambisonic microphone in Toronto’s Church of the Holy Trinity. Nearly 30 years later, the band is speeding up its output. Over an 18-month span between 2010 ...


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