From the Chicago Tribune:
Keeping far from mainstream, Eaglesmith stays close to roots
Fred Eaglesmith pulls up to some small club, 200 or 300 nights a year, in some city in his school bus that runs on vegetable oil. Like Willie Nelson’s bus, it smells like french fries, but only if it has good grease. If it has bad grease, Eaglesmith says, “It smells like bad french fries.” Eaglesmith is the driver, for hundreds of miles at a stretch, as well as the primary mechanic and the singer, songwriter, guitarist and bandleader.
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