Entertainment 10

Nesti, Robert
August 2001
Bay Windows;8/9/2001, pN.PAG
Features the San Francisco, California-based quartet Kinsey Sicks. Description of the performance of the group in Provincetown, Massachusetts in September 2001; Characteristics of the musical group; Factors which led to the formation of the quartet in 1993; Changes in the members of the group.


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