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The band Bain Mattox – led by the charming front-man of the same name – inspires devotion. It’s a devotion shared by thousands of fans across the Southeast, a devotion that can be traced to a simple image: a television.

Lead singer Bain Mattox’s forearm bears a unique clue to the singer/songwriter’s life: a simple tattoo of a line-drawn television. “I view life like a sit-com. We’re all characters in something bigger. I love to write about people’s real life experiences as though I am watching them on TV,” he says. The television has become a shared symbol between the band and their fans – fans who wear shirts TV sketched on the front and drive vehicles adorned with TV stickers. The band often plays shows with static-filled TVs on stage; their 2003 self-titled release has a twisted and distorted version of a vintage television on the cover.

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