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Mango Jam of Minneapolis Still Dedicated to its Original Sound

Mango Jam. It’s a Twin Cities band that formed in 1989, and has played in 46 states. And throw in a good deal of recording as well. Because of family obligations, Mango jam doesn’t play nearly as much as it once did. But Mango Jam still packs in people, still plays great and to the band, the music still seems fresh. A couple of guys from the band, Jason Bush and John Herchert got together with Phil Nusbaum to talk about Mango jam then and now.
Tim Nyberg (Octane Creative)

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