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Collaborative record from Frank Turner and Billy the Kid

Posted Feb. 3, 2014, 9:33 p.m. in Records by Loren
Collaborative record from Frank Turner and Billy the Kid

Frank Turner and Billy the Kid recently teamed up for a thirteen song album, including a duet, rehearsed below, titled "This Sure As Hell Ain't My Life."


The record itself is set for release on Xtra Mile Recordings on May 26, though no title has been announced.


SPB had the pleasure of speaking with Billy the Kid last summer, and has spoken with Turner repeatedly in the past--including in our new book, All Downhill From Here.

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