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Patterson Hood contributes track to latest Slim Dunlap benefit single

Patterson Hood contributes track to latest Slim Dunlap benefit single

Patterson Hood and The Young Fresh Fellows are the latest artists to contribute to the ongoing Songs For Slim 7" series, created to benefit former Replacements guitarist Slim Dunlap, who is recovering from a stroke.

The 7" features "Hate This Town" by Patterson Hood and the Downtown Rumblers (Drive-By Truckers band mates Brad Morgan and Jay Gonzalez, Jacob Morris on cello and long-time DBT producer/partner in crime David Barbe on bass), and "Loud Loud Loud Loud Guitars" by the Young Fresh Fellows.

The single is limited to 100 numbered and signed copies and feature original artwork by Replacements drummer, Chris Mars.

The copies of the single are available via auction here, which runs from today [August 15] until August 22.

You can hear "Hate This Town" here.

And "Loud Loud Loud Loud Guitars" here.

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