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Mike Brown (The Man from RavCon)

Mike Brown (The Man from RavCon)
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United States
Profile
Multi-instrumentalist Mike Brown is a former member of power-pop band The Ravelers. Since going solo, he uses the name The Man from RavCon, releasing his first album in 2010.
Website
http://manfromravcon.com
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Releases on file (7)
The Man from RavCon — Another World The Man from RavCon — Another World
((Not on label) RavCon RCR 012, 2018, CD)
The Man from RavCon — Strange Universe The Man from RavCon — Strange Universe
(RavCon RCR 011, 2016, CD)
The Man from RavCon — The Puzzle Master The Man from RavCon — The Puzzle Master
(RavCon RCR 010, 2015, CD)
The Man from RavCon — Skyscraper The Man from RavCon — Skyscraper
(RavCon RCR 009, 2013, CD)
The Man from RavCon — The Traveler The Man from RavCon — The Traveler
(RavCon RCR 008, 2012, CD)
The Man from RavCon — Night of the Beast The Man from RavCon — Night of the Beast
(RavCon RCR 007, 2011, CD)
The Man from RavCon — Rides Again! The Man from RavCon — Rides Again!
(RavCon RCR 006, 2011, CD)

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