Gene Eugene Tribute Table of Contents

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A TRIBUTE TO GENE EUGENE
This is a special issue devoted completely to remembering Gene “Eugene” Andrusco.  It features stories and memories from friends, family, and fans.  There is also a special section with photographs from Gene’s childhood sent to us by Gene’s Mom herself.  Scattered through out the stories are promo shots, exclusive live images, and a few other rare Gene images.  All this and reviews of every Adam Again album.

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WRITERS: Steve Ruff, Matt Crosslin
COVER IMAGE: Gene Eugene promo shot, provided by Todd Zeller
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2 comments for “Gene Eugene Tribute Table of Contents

  1. Andrew
    May 7, 2009 at 12:30 pm

    Thanks for the great tribute to one of my favorite artists. I’ve always wondered why none of Gene’s unreleased music has surfaced since his passing. Your article mentions work on an album after Perfecta…where are those tracks? And I’m sure there’s plenty of solo demos and Lost Dogs stuff too. I’ve really enjoyed a lot of the music that was released after the deaths Mark Heard and Rich Mullins. I’m sure Gene’s fans would appreciate hearing more of his music if it’s out there. Do you know why nothing’s ever been released? Is anything in the works?

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