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Monday, November 12, 2012

Customs House looks good on Friday

For all of you Alligators and Hepcats in the North East, I'm playing at the Customs House, South Shields, on Friday, 16th November, with the Swing City Trio ( me, Roly Veitch on guitar & Roy Cansdale on string bass) and our special guest, Paul Edis on piano (and maybe flute, even clarinet - as long as he doesn't play better than me!). Should be a great night - I'll be playing my "new" 1928 Conn tenor - DON'T MISS IT, FOLKS!!!!!
Steve Andrews.

1 comment :

Lance said...

Steve, you've always got the tin whistle as a secret weapon!

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