The Homeless Gospel Choir - CRAZY TOUR STORIES Ep. 775

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On this episode of DTB’s “Crazy Tour Stories”, the folk rock artist, The Homeless Gospel Choir, shares crazy moments from touring, while on tour with Frank Turner, Lucero and The Menzingers. The Homeless Gospel Choir is currently supporting his most recent release, This Land Is Your Landfill.

Information about this video:
Film Date - June 23, 2018
Location - Aragon Ballroom in Chicago, IL

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