Public Access T.V.’S Soundtrack to Summer

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Public Access T.V.’S Soundtrack to Summer

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Our favorite boys from Public Access T.V. are back in the studio, getting inspired to write their follow-up album after releasing the NY rock ’n’ roll soundtrack to our lives, Sidewalk Safari.

Here, lead singer/guitar player John Eatherly shares the songs he’s been listening to this summer to get the vibes flowing, curated exclusively for GrandLife.

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