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  • Free Raisins Summer Tour

    July 1st, 2012
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    The Free Raisins are going on tour! Eight dances in nine nights, 2500 miles playing some of the finest halls on the East Coast:

    Friday July 27th in Glen Echo MD with Michael Barraclough
    Sunday July 29th in Glen Echo MD with Ann Fallon
    Monday July 30th in Knoxville TN with Warren Doyle
    Tuesday July 31 in Winston-Salem NC with Louie Cromartie
    Wednesday August 1st in Baltimore MD with Perry Shafran
    Thursday August 2nd in Rochester NY with Kristin Seibert
    Friday August 3rd in Ithaca NY with TBA
    Saturday August 4th in Syracuse NY with Kristin Seibert

    Let me know if we're going to be in your neighborhood. I'll have some extra time and I'd love to spend it seeing people.

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