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Don't wake up Fred Andrews from his dream, which is writing songs and performing with honey-smooth Honey-browne, a trendy young Texas band that's part rock, part country and only the tiniest part Lone Star rowdy. The band's new CD, "Something to Believe In," released Nov. 15 on Compadré Records, blends classic and contemporary rock, alt-rock and pop with a little bit of country that's more contemplative than angry, yet still youthful enough to appeal to the 20-something crowds. And rootsy enough to appear on the Americana Music Association's music chart. So, what makes Honeybrowne a trendy band?  ...

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