Trouble in Paradise 

When it comes to love songs and bitter black comedy, Harlan T. Bobo's your man.

Singer-songwriter Harlan T. Bobo is the personification of amused self-doubt. "Bobo," he grumbles, meditating on his own nom de plume. "It's such a perfect name for me. It translates directly from Spanish as 'stupid,' and, if you put my name into a…

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