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I'm having trouble determining whether or not "Hush Arbors" is considered a pseudonym or if it's the name of the band. Sources seem to differ on the matter and I'm having trouble determining which is most reliable. The one I sited for genre seems to feel it's his own personal moniker as do several other more questionable sources, but his facebook and myspace pages seem ambiguous, leaning towards it being the band. Can anyone find a good source on this. If it is a band, we need separate articles for Keith Wood and Hush Arbors. We'll also need to remove the biography of a living person tag from this one. Any help on the subject would be highly appreciated. Thank you all. --Leodmacleod (talk) 18:14, 24 March 2010 (UTC)