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    Leon Redbone dies at 127

    At least that's what the obituary on his website says. There's a possibility he wrote it in advance (or possible post-mortem?) given that other sources say he was 69.

    https://www.leonredbone.com/news

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    Re: Leon Redbone dies at 127

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    Re: Leon Redbone dies at 127

    “[Reading] is the sole means by which we slip, involuntarily, often helplessly, into another's skin, another's voice, another's soul" -- Joyce Carol Oates

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    Re: Leon Redbone dies at 127

    I thought he was way older than that.
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    Re: Leon Redbone dies at 127

    I found him enjoyable in small doses, RIP.
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    Re: Leon Redbone dies at 127

    My brother & I saw him perform at St. X High School's theater as part of the Greater Cincinnati Performing Arts Society series. Interesting show.
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