Deer Tick brought its indie folk tunes to the Late Show with David Letterman tonight. The band will be played songs from its newly released and not-so-subtly titled album, “Black Dirt Sessions,” which deals with such issues as death and the existence of God." />

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Wednesday, June 16, 2010

 

 Providence’s own Deer Tick brought its indie folk tunes to the Late Show with David Letterman tonight. The band will be played songs from its newly released and not-so-subtly titled album, “Black Dirt Sessions,” which deals with such issues as death and the existence of God.. Dear Tick features Providence native John McCauley, a graduate of The MET School and son of Smith Hill State Representative, John McCauley.  Deer Tick has more than 1,100,000 views on MySpace.  The band was formed in 2004 and has realized an upward series of successes. T

 

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Tom Martin

This BAND rocks - the next big thing coming out of New England




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