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October 31, 2013 11:07 PM

Name-dropping starts a new era for Newtown

You might think Kati Penn-Williams is doing this music career thing in reverse. The common trajectory for people with a résumé of band and solo work is you get in a band and then, if you stand out from the ensemble, you pursue the solo career. But after years as a Lexington-area bluegrass fiddle phenom, Penn-Williams is comfortably ensconced in a band, Newtown, by choice.

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