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Tore Down Sunday 5th Jan The Shamrock, Ipswich

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Good luck with the gig. Enjoyed a jam last night with your drummer. Very tidy indeed. 

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Thank you!  Where was that?  Didn't know Joe was tarting himself around this week?

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