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Hot Club Sandwich Jazz Concert

JULY 2006
PRESS RELEASE

From: Old St Paul’s
34 Mulgrave Street
Wellington

Event: Hot Club Sandwich Jazz Concert

Important Dates: 7th July 2006 5pm-9pm

Description of Event:

Wellington swing trio Hot Club Sandwich “Live at Old St Paul’s” Friday 7th July. The trio usually consists of guitarist Andrew London, pianist Terry Crayford, and a floating third member (or “sandwich filling”). Some café-style seating will be available and there is plenty of the traditional style for the more hardy!

You will be able to purchase wine, beer and food. So come along and enjoy the fun!

A $10.00 door charge will apply.

Call 473-6722 now to book a table.


ENDS

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