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The Washington Squares

The Washington Squares were a 1980s neo-beatnik folk revival music group. Modeled after early 1960s groups like The Kingston Trio and Peter, Paul and Mary, the group was named after New York City's Washington Square Park, emblematic of Greenwich Village. The group, consisting of Bruce Jay Paskow, Tom Goodkind, and Lauren Agnelli, came up with their name over free drinks provided by Agnelli, who was a waitress at a Mickey Ruskin's Chinese Chance off Washington Square Park where Goodkind and Paskow were regulars.

Similar Bands: Peter, Paul and Mary, Maggie and Terre Roche, The Roches, David Baerwald, The Kingston Trio

LPs
Fair and Square
1989

The Washington Squares
1987

Compilations
From Greenwich Village ...
1997

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