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INTERVIEW WITH GUITARIST JEFF GOLUB

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It has been a helluva two-years since guitarist Jeff Golub released his last album, "Three Kings," which paid tribute to blues legends B.B King, Freddie & Albert King.  As the record was released, the optic nerves in Golub's eyes inexplicably collapsed leaving him blind. Adjusting to his new life meant adopting Luke, a guide dog. While attempting to catch a New York City subway last September, Golub fell onto the tracks as a train rapidly approached.  He was clipped and dragged by the train as Luke and bystanders frantically attempted to help.  Miraculously Golub escaped the harrowing and what could have been a fatal ordeal with only minor scrapes and bruises.  Undaunted and as boisterous as ever, Golub stands defiantly, toting his guitar with Luke perched at his feet, at the crossroads of train tracks on the cover of his aptly titled new album, "Train Keeps A Rolling." 

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