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VAN STOKES @ TITTY TEA 04/07

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VAN STOKES @ TITTY TEA 04/07

Postby Titty Tea » 14 Mar 2012, 09:17

Van Stokes, the master of Classic Blue Grass Country will be performing 04/07 @ Titty Tea! Expect some Classic Rock songs mixed in to the mix! See you there!

04/07/12
22:00~23:30

Titty Tea
No. 2, Jiafeng 2nd St. Sec. 2, Zhubei
新竹縣竹北市嘉豐二街二段二號
(03)667-5075

*Also performing 04/07 is Mark Duncan-Brown (20:30~22:00) performing some of everyone's favorite classic rock and roll songs!

http://tittytea.blogspot.com/

*~Titty Tea has live music every Saturday night from 20:30~23:30!
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