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New Method’s bassist and singer, Doug Meacham, was recently featured on Epiphone.com playing his Thunderbird IV bass. The article related to the band’s third CD release entitled “The Path To Leave Behind” through Tate Music Group, and their Faith and Family Night Tour in professional sports arenas/stadiums. A listing of tour stops can be found at newmethod.net.
And, their CD can be found on iTunes and Amazon.

http://www.epiphone.com/News/Features/News/2012/Doug-Meacham-of-New-Method-With-His-Thunderbird-IV.aspx

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