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August 27, 2014 2:03 PM

Pursuing fame from the Artists’ Couch

Two Northland acts are among many who benefited from a Cass County man’s effort to promote local musicians. Inspired by his musician brother, Belton businessman Ken Smith makes videos — with interviews and songs — to post on social media in hopes that national music labels will notice.

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