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Eisley Plays at Panther Island Pavilion: An Observer and Globe Trek Video

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Tyler's finest family band, Eisley, played at this year's Dia De Los Toadies. The band took some time before their set to play a couple songs for our ongoing Busking series with Globe Trek Productions. Up first is "Mr. Moon."

See also: Busking archives

The song appears on Eisley's 2011 album The Valley. They released Currents in late May. It was their first self-produced effort and has also been the band's most commercially successful.

See also: Dia De Los Toadies 2013: Review and Photos

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