Ray Neal is a Connecticut music legend. Alongside Mark Mulcahy, Neal wrote songs and played guitar in Miracle Legion, producing some of the best recorded sounds ever to come out of the Nutmeg State. They were indie rock legends back when it was still called college rock. Go online and purchase their entire back catalog immediately, or you'll never really understand why it's cool to be from Connecticut. Mr. Ray has stayed active in various ways through the years, and he'll be playing a set Friday night at the Huntington Street Café, sharing the bill with Bop Tweedie.
Huntington Street Café, 90 Huntington St., Shelton. Fri., March 30, 8 p.m. (203) 925-9064, huntingtonstreetcafe.com.
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