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Mozelee, Sat 14 Aug, Empire - Gig Guide Details

Mozelee, Sat 14 Aug, Empire - Gig Guide Details

Mozelee with guests Kat McDowell and The Glory Sea, Saturday 14 August 2004, entertainment from 8pm, Empire Tavern - Garden Bar, Cnr Nelson & Victoria Sts, Auckland Central, $5 door.

Band: Mozelee
Genre: Rock
Web: http://www.mozelee.com/
Date: Saturday 14 August 2004
Time: 8pm onwards
Venue: Empire Tavern - Garden Bar
Address: Cnr Nelson & Victoria Sts, Auckland Central, ph 09 373 4389,
http://www.empire.co.nz
Door: $5

Guests: Kat McDowell, http://www.kat-mcdowell.com/, The Glory Sea.


Check out Mozelee's new music video 'Something Real' on Juice and C4.

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