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Posted By : Aces N Eights | Comments : 1

Aces N Eights at The Old Market Tavern


Just want to thank all the OMT CRAZY GANG who were at our gig there last night, you are all mental cases but we love you all.If they had their way we'd still be playing now.
Its the first time ever i felt physically drained after a gig, we were feeding off the crowds enthusiasm ( there were people ripping shirts off , dancing and cavorting )and it made us put in that extra.Who knew sundays could be so much fun,cant wait for the next sunday gig there.
Also want to thank John and Jimmy and all the staff but especially Luiz for everything and making our sound even better good to have you back mate.
This to me was prob Aces N Eights best ever gig at the OMT and i never thought it would be on a sunday
I really love the Tavern GOD BLESS ALL THAT SAIL IN HER!
Follow the code Brothers
Paulo

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# Posted by Alyerpal - 07/03/2011, 20:41 (GMT)

Glad you had a good one Paulo (knew you would!).

AYP


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