THE ONE MAN BAND LIVE IN CONCERT

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THE ONE MAN BAND LIVE IN CONCERT

Time: April 7, 2012 from 4:30pm to 8:30pm
Location: WILD RIVER BREWERY / CAVE JUNCTION OREGON
Street: 249 N REDWOOD HIWAY
City/Town: CAVE JUNCTION OREGON
Website or Map: http://www.youtube.com/result…
Phone: 530-598-8984
Event Type: dr, woodard's, one_man, band!
Organized By: For Bookings: Maurice Woodard / THE ONE_MAN BAND
Latest Activity: Apr 6, 2012

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DR WOODARD'S ONE_MAN BAND!

LIVE ENTERTAINMENT GREAT FOOD & BEVERAGES,

EARLY EVENING FUN FOR THE ENTIRE FAMILY

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