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LOOPNews 20/09/05 – Three Hot Gigs

LOOPNews 20/09/05

Radio Active 89FM presents Lee 'Scratch' Perry

Today's the final chance to get your tickets and bear witness to one of the world's greatest reggae artists LEE 'SCRATCH' PERRY & MAD PROFESSOR!!!

Tickets available from Ticketek, Real Groovy ($49 +bf) and on the door (for a little bit more).

Lee plays with support from CORNERSTONE ROOTS, INSPECTOR ITAL & our very own DJ LEMON at The Wellington Town Hall TONIGHT!

SJD & Age Pryor Live

On Saturday night SJD and Age Pryor will share the stage at Wellington's Bar Bodega. Come join us for an evening of poignant music, from two of the finest songwriters in the country.

From 9pm Door sales only $15

Fly My Pretties Live in Auckland

Having played four superb gigs to absolutely packed audiences at Wellington's Paramount Theatre, the Fly My Pretties troupe is heading northwards next week to do the same at Auckland's Hopetoun Alpha.

Be sure not to miss out - This show is definitely something special. All of the action will be recorded and filmed for future CD and DVD release.

Tickets only $35 from Real Groovy

Check out this week's LOOPKast @
http://psurkit.net/audio/loopkast027.mp3

LOOP Promotions

LOOP Recordings Aot(ear)oa
http://www.loop.co.nz

Listen and buy online:
http://www.thegreenroom.co.nz

Phone/Fax: +64 4 803 3055
Post: PO Box 9123, Wellington, New Zealand
Courier: 7th Floor, 175 Victoria St, Wellington, New Zealand

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