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  • The city charter entitles Cauthen to give his side in a hearing before the council, but that hearing does not entitle him to get his job back.

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  • "We're keeping it pure, taking from our influences and putting our own twist on it," said Mr. Cauthen, who plays guitar while Mr. Beck, 23, plays upright bass.

    Sons of Fathers

  • Christopher Durst David Beck (left) and Paul Cauthen of the band, Sons of Fathers A week before their first CD was set for release in September, David Beck (left) and Paul Cauthen got a taste of the big time: An attorney for alternative rocker Beck demanded the band change its name.

    Sons of Fathers

  • So the duo scrapped Beck & Cauthen and called themselves Sons of Fathers—the title of their debut album.

    The Short List

  • "It was a costly bump in the road for us, but you deal with it," said Mr. Cauthen, 25.

    The Short List

  • "We're keeping it pure, taking from our influences and putting our own twist on it," said Mr. Cauthen, who plays guitar.

    The Short List

  • A week before their first CD was set for release in September, David Beck and Paul Cauthen got a taste of the big time: An attorney for alternative rocker Beck demanded the band change its name.

    The Short List

  • So the duo scrapped Beck & Cauthen and called themselves Sons of Fathers—the title of their new album due on Tuesday.

    Sons of Fathers

  • As for the driving title track, it's about Mr. Cauthen making peace with his dad.

    Sons of Fathers

  • Hell-raising followed, landing Mr. Cauthen in jail for 68 days.

    Sons of Fathers

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