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Trevor Dahl of Plug In Stereo Bio

If you like soft, melodic acoustic guitar songs about love and heartbreak, it’s time you checked out Plug In Stereo, otherwise known as seventeen year old Trevor Dahl. Get ready to have the handsome singer/songwriter sweep you off your feet! Back to Article

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XxLyzxX_1696382
XxLyzxX_1696382 wrote:
2011-10-15 00:05:59 -0700

I love his Nothing To Something album and the cover of Magic that he did!
His music is kinda like the old stuff Owl City would do and that's like his best stuff X).

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nugget321
nugget321 wrote:
2011-03-29 00:20:59 -0700

he looks strange ?????? smile smile smile smile

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