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Arthur Brown Is Still on Fire in 2015

One of rock music's true originals, Arthur Brown, is still going in 2015. Here's some video taking in Austin that includes his most famous tune, "Fire."

by Jon Davis, Henry Schneider, Published 2015-01-22


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