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long weekend

was a mad long weekend 7 gigs in 5 days ended on monday 15th with the wedding of mr and mrs Cook gemma and Liam really lovely young couple it was a great night everyone enjoyed themselves some interesting requests whilst i was dj,ing and even a bit of guitar karaoke ish lol,ok hope i can clear up this cold brewing oh no singers nightmare

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Paul on 27 February 2015 03:16
Looks like it's gonna be another busy dec nearly all booked up already
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paul moore on 02 March 2015 03:56
getting busier, nearly all booked up 2016, starting to fill up nicely as well even got one in for 2017 wow, dont even want to think that far ahead.

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