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Music Festival 2012 Alibi

Alibi at the Lord C
This Thursday sees the return of Alibi, performing extremely well done covers with their own slant on them, Nick and Dan are welcomed to The Lord Combermere this Thursday at 2130.

The lads last played here at the Music Festival on Tuesday afternoon where numbers were lower (a rest was needed after the madness of the weekend) so if you weren't present to see them then now is your chance... as Always Free entry to see these modern day covers, with the odd self penned song for good measure..

#Future plans
I am now planning the next 6 months worth of music for The Thursday at the TLC nights - anybody you want to see again? any recommendation's that haven't yet been?

Then please email me at reubadub@live.com and I will see what I can do...

Reub

 

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