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The Semi- Finalists of the Dux-de-Lux RounDUp 2006

The Semi- Finalists of the Dux-de-Lux RounDUp 2006

After two sunny afternoons at the Dux-de-Lux, RDU98.5FM is pleased to announce the semi-finalists of the Dux-de-Lux RounDUp 2006.

This year, the judges were blown away by the quality of the new acts. This is going to make for great semi-finals and a hotly contested final.

Thanks to all the bands that entered and best of luck to all the semi-finalists.

The semi finals are run from 9pm over the next two Friday and Saturday nights. The final is at the Dux-de-Lux on Saturday September the 23rd.

The semi-finalists are:
Friday 8th September
9pm Fingerprint
9:40pm Orkid
10:20pm Not So Experimental
11pm Black Market Art

Saturday 9th September
9pm BillyStitch
9:40pm Mustard
10:20pm The Tiger Tones
11pm Band Theft Auto

Friday 15th September
9pm Richard James
9:40pm Huge In Japan
10:20pm The Delorians
11pm The Transistors

Saturday 16th September
9pm Ed Muzik
9:40pm Ill Received
10:20pm The Pickups
11pm Solar Vibes

ENDS

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