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Last Fourth Member E-Zine 2.0

Hey All

We just all wanted to let you know that after 10 years of rock and roll, Fourth Member are hanging up the guitars for good.
We played our final gig at Parachute 06 Mystery Creek in Hamilton last weekend.

Our EP is still for sale for $14.95. Its the last run so be quick and dont miss out. Just email john on the email address below if you want a copy.

We have had an awesome time and met so many cool people along the way ,if you have any stories that you want to share with us or just want to email us to say goodbye (or even spur us on to stick with it!) please email them to john at

He will pass these onto Scott and Myself.

So from the three of us ,

Thanks for all the good times and God bless

Mike,Scott and John
Fourth Member

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