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Trinityroots Roar With The Dancehall Dons Friday

Trinityroots - Letting It Roar With The Dancehall Dons This Friday At Bodega

DUB.L.BOOKED is where the dedicated groove-meister will be this Friday - vying for a piece of dancefloor as 2 of Wellington's finest purveyors of roots music collaborate...

TrinityRoots with the DanceHall Dons Venue: Bar Bodega Date: Friday 1st December, 2000 Time: 9pm till 4am (late license) Entry: $10

TrinityRoots mashing it up live in the serious fusion dub styles alongside the funk-roots-reggae dedicated DanceHall Dons Sound System. Don't miss a guaranteed night of goodness and grooving!

Trinity Roots - debut EP available in all the good record stores and www.trinityroots.com Little Things, Little Things remix (by DJ Mu), Nothing to be Loved & Better Man

Also... Sense & Cents live on www.newzealandmusic.com - taped the night of "Salmonella Dub & friends" gig at the Wellington Town Hall (22/9/00) - gorgeous and wikked ...

For further details contact; Toby Larmer (Manager) mob 025 204 0224 info@trinityroots.com

...it's the little things that really matter...


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