Good ‘N’ Cheap :: The Eggs Over Easy Story

Drawing a line from the rootsy grooves of the Band to  the scuzz of late '70s punk rock isn't  the first move most musicologists would make, but a case could be made for exactly that via the lean, ambling music of Eggs Over Easy.  In the early '70s,  New Yorkers  Jack O'Hara and Austin de Lone met and formed a duo in  Berkeley, California, before bouncing back to New York to solidify the band, which they called Eggs Over Easy.  Borrowing directly from the Band's rustic swagger, the group eventually . . .

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