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    Posted: March 13 2009 at 22:28

A very special announcement 

3RDegree’s George Dobbs (lead vocals, keyboards) & Robert James Pashman (bass, backing vocals) will be playing a very intimate “house concert” on Saturday, April 11th at 7:30 at “House Out In Hackensack” in NJ.  They will be opening up for Tom Brislin (Yes, Camel, Meat Loaf, Debbie Harry, The Syn, Spiraling) who will be playing Steinway piano in this very up-close living room concert.  This will be the first 3RDegree show in almost 2 years-and its first since the release of the critically-acclaimed NARROW-CASTER album.  Tom will be featuring music from last year’s fantastic TIME TRAVEL MADE EASY collection, which he put out with his band Spiraling.  Meet & greet until whenever follows show.  Please put the date aside and think about reserving your place with an advance ticket purchase-space is very limited.  Exact concert location will be sent to you upon purchase or RSVP.  If you live anywhere in the NYC area, please consider attending-this is a very rare event.

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Direct Link To This Post Posted: March 22 2009 at 16:48
Best wishes re: this concert. Tom will soon be VERY busy with The Syn's 'Big Sky Tour 2009'. I really enjoyed Spiraling's 'Time Travel Made Easy' as well.


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