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Author Topic: STEVE JAMES in the NORTHEAST  (Read 1345 times)

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Offline Flatd7

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    • Pre War Blues, Country, Bluegrass & Gospel Music
« on: May 26, 2007, 09:11:05 AM »
Hey Weenies,

A quick note that Steve James will be coming through the NY area for a few gigs. During his downtime between teaching stints at The Fur Peace Ranch and Greater Yellowstone Music he will play both the Good Coffee House and Godfrey Daniels. As a bonus, Gee and I have twisted his arm and he'll come down and play a solo set and sit in with us at the Rodeo Bar.

I hope you come out and join him.

The Rodeo Bar
Tuesday June 5th  -    9  PM
375 Third Avenue (27th & 3rd)
New York City

The Good Coffee House
Friday, June 8th   -    8 PM
53 Prospect Park West

Godfrey Daniels
Saturday, June 9th   -    8 PM
7 East 4th Street
Bethlehen, PA

Jon Vesey
The Second Fiddles
Pre War Blues, Ragtime, Hokum, Country & Swing Music


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