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Lees and West present Billy Bragg

Lees and West present Billy Bragg

The Bard of Barking will turn 50 before he reaches our shores this summer - but the fire burns more brightly than ever. Moving an audience and improving the world (his latest initiative, Jail Guitar Doors, brings music and meaning to inmates) remain his top priorities. The man who sang of a New England has a new lease on life. Be re-inspired by BILLY BRAGG at his two intimate shows leading up to the Big Day Out 2008.

Dates:
Leigh Sawmill Leigh Jan 15 2008
San Francisco Bath House Wellington Jan 16 2008

Tickets available from Ticketek, Real Groovy & Leigh Sawmill.

Ticketek
PH 09 307 5000
0800 Ticketek
www.ticketek.co.nz

Real Groovy Auckland
438 Queen Street, Auckland Central
Phone (09) 302-3940,
0800 GROOVY

Real Groovy Wellington
250 Cuba Street, Wellington Central
Phone (04) 385-2020,

Leigh Sawmill Cafe
PH 09 422 6019
www.sawmillcafe.co.nz
142 Pakiri Rd
Leigh

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