by Adam Perrry for Boulder Weekly 12/22/22
When Colorado country-punk icon Slim Cessna drove from his home in South Park recently to be interviewed in Boulder, where he grew up, he tried to remember the last time he’d been here — and he couldn’t. There just isn’t a place for a band like Slim Cessna’s Auto Club (SCAC) to play in the city anymore.
But the lanky, passionate singer has fond memories of his hometown. From participating in Christian youth events to putting on punk shows with friends in the ’80s — not to mention meeting his longtime bandmate Munly Munly, who was working at the now-defunct Trade a Tape record shop — Cessna found a community in Boulder as a young man.
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