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The GRAMMYs • 41 weeks ago

Charlie Musselwhite and Ben Harper have themselves a good old fashioned jam session during the GRAMMY U Off The Record With Ben Harper And Charlie Musselwhite event on Oct. 3 at The Recording Academy headquarters in Santa Monica, Calif.

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