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Patrick Stickles is the frontman of Titus Andronicus band that plays punk and indie musics. He's inspired a lot by Neil Young, the Rolling Stones, the Big Country and also Thin Lizzy.

Artist: Patrick Stickles
Hails From: Glen Rock, N.J.
Song: 'Hey Tonight (Free Energy Cover)'
Album: (Single)
Sounds Like: Titus Andronicus, Bruce Springsteen

In Their Words: "Patrick really knows how to find the essence of a song. His cover is a full on Springsteen-banger complete with piano and bells. It's an honor to have such a talented artist cover our song, and it's all the more satisfying given that he is a friend and he has offered nothing but love and support to Free Energy from the start. He is an exceptional young man! Here's to Patrick Stickles!" -- Free Energy's Paul Sprangers.

Photo Credit to: facebook.com
Story Credit to: spinner.com




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