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Stream: Three Tracks From Mike Mineo's Beach Season

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Local eclectic songcrafter Mike Mineo could probably be a yarn-spinner in his spare time if he didn't possess such a marvelous set of pipes and some impossible-to-ignore candor.

Pick up this week's music section (or click here) to read Alex Rendon's illuminating story about the creation of Mineo's latest disc, Beach Season. Not only will the wild tales of road-tripping, hallucinogenic camping, and bridge-diving bring you joy but it's likely to entice you to listen to the new album and hit Mineo's album release party this Friday at Funky Buddha in Boca Raton.

Fortunately, there are three tracks up for your listening pleasure.

We hipped everyone to "Vacation" a couple of months back, and now over at Mineo's site, you can dig right into "Follow Your Heart" and "Brand New Feeling."

Mineo's Beach Season Release Party, with Chris Michaud. 9 p.m.

Friday, July 22, at the Funky Buddha, 2621 N. Federal Highway, Boca

Raton. Tickets cost $10 and include a copy of Beach Season. Click here.



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