Gypsy Gillis Band -Classic Rock at Pier 21 Medford

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Gypsy Gillis Band -Classic Rock at Pier 21 Medford

Time: December 1, 2017 at 9pm to December 2, 2017 at 1am
Location: Pier 21 Tavern -- 841 W Stewart Ave #3, Medford, OR
Street: 841 W Stewart Ave #3
City/Town: Medford, OR
Website or Map: https://www.gypsygillisband.c…
Event Type: classic, rock, dance, music
Organized By: Gypsy Gillis Band
Latest Activity: Jan 10

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Exceptional classic rock (this is a tight band with 3 players, lead male vocals and guitar Lazaitus, Chris Garcia drums, Drew Burnside bass, together for the past 20 years) - with lead female singer Kat Holston and keyboardist Linda Sturgeon. 

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