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First, hopefully not the last! TANGO in Halifax!

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Posted By : Trinity | Comments : 3

TRINITY pop their Cherry @ The OLd Cock and Oak Halifax Tonight!!


First time for us @ Dee n Daves new venue, its been a while since we have seen them?
I think it was about 2 years ago on a very Snowy Friday night in February @ The old Issacs pub they used to run? shocking weather that night, lets hope history does not repeat itself tonight?

Its also our first gig of this year for us? must admit feel a bit rusty and we have not had a chance to rehearse together this year!

If you are at a loose end pop on down, be great ter see yer andSteve will buy you a pint of Yorkshire bitter?

All the best.
J

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# Posted by Shep - 06/02/2015, 16:53 (GMT)

Knock em dead fella's


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# Posted by THE STANCE - 08/02/2015, 19:31 (GMT)

What was it like? We're there in a few weeks.


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# Posted by Trinity - 09/02/2015, 09:03 (GMT)

Cheers Shep!

See you Tuesday by the way
I will send you a txt.

John.


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