[JPL] Clayton Bros in concert on Jazz NW

MFT Jazz mft at mftjazz.com
Sat Nov 5 15:15:48 EST 2005

Thanks for the heads up!

*Russ Neff
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Jim Wilke wrote:

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> Coming up on Jazz Northwest this Saturday: The Clayton Brothers, John 
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> late Don Lanphere played by Jon Pugh and Friends at Tula’s during the 
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