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The continued evolution of Judson Claiborne's sound

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Monday on Eight Forty-Eight we’re joined by Chris Salveter and Ryan Boyles of the indie folk four-piece, Judson Claiborne, before the band sets out on their East Coast tour.

Salveter previously performed in the early-to-mid 2000s with his old band, Low Skies, who created a sound that was distinctly different from Judson Claiborne. He shared his musical evolution over the past 12 years, and gave a hint of what's to come with this new iteration. It’s the band’s first tour in nearly a year, and along the way they’ll be debuting songs from their forthcoming (expected out in early 2013) album.

They’ll perform tonight at Pritzker Pavilion as part of the city’s Downtown Sound series. Headlining the show is Minneapolis band, Cloud Cult.

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