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Old Dogs, New Tricks: D.C.'s Cravin' Dogs

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Cravin' Dog Caldwell Gray performs at Wolf Trap where the band will return on April 2 for their 25th anniversary concert.
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Cravin' Dog Caldwell Gray performs at Wolf Trap where the band will return on April 2 for their 25th anniversary concert.

Turns out you can teach an old dog many new tricks: After 25 years of rocking the D.C. music scene, the Cravin' Dogs are coming out with a new CD, an anniversary concert at Wolf Trap and, as Andrew Hiller tells us, some very hot pupusas.

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