Campbell, Williams announce second CD
Thursday, June 15, 2017
– Husband-and-wife Larry Campbell and Teresa Williams will release their second album, "Contraband Love," out Sept. 15 via Red House Records
The first single is "Hit & Run Driver," which will be coming out next week.
The CD is the follow up to their 2015 self-titled debut.
The couple have played in the bands of artists including Levon Helm, Bob Dylan, Mavis Staples, Little Feat, Phil Lesh and Friends, and Rosanne Cash with Campbell on guitar and Williams on vocals.
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