Ben Glover and the Earls

Soars, Jim
September 2008
Maverick;Sep2008, Issue 74, p46
The article features country musician Ben Glover and his band, the Earls. The band debuted its album "The Week the Clocks Changed" in 2008. Glover's early influences were singers Bob Dyland and Tom Waits. After enhancing his songwriting skills at Queens University in Belfast, Glover establish the Earls in the summer of 2004. Glover and the band went to Nashville, Tennessee to record their album at the Blackbird Studios.


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