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Clear and Present Danger Bob: An Interview with Danger Bob

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Tuesday, Oct. 13, 2009

Danger Bob's long and heckled history dates back to about 1992, when bands like Paw and Stick were all the rage and Danger Bob were the kids who snuck in the backdoor of the Bottleneck with a six-pack of silly. Once they learned to play their instruments, all bets were off, and the "crop-pop" foursome went on to make five highly regarded albums and make a lot of locals very, very happy (or at least very, very drunk). Members Karl Michelbach, Kenny Gall, and Morton (sans bassist Jason Lovell) joined us to reminisce on Danger Bob’s checkered past and spin some of their greatest hits.

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