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Musician Joey Burns Plays Not My Job

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Guitarist-vocalist Joey Burns and his band, Calexico, are known for mixing genres. Some people call Calexico an Americana band, some call them Tex-Mex — some just settle on calling them awesome.

Since Burns lives in Tucson, the southern desert, we've invited him to answer three questions about music from places where it's really, really cold.

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