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JAMIE T

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SPECIAL GUESTS
Bush Hall
Thursday 29 June 2006
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Causing quite a stir in his hometown and counting the Mystery Jets and Larrikin Love among his buddies, Wimbledon born JAMIE T plays a live set of new songs at Bush Hall on Thursday June 29th. With riffs excavated from 70s punk, yet strummed on an acoustic bass as if Dylan’s electric revolution never happened, this backdrop provides a refreshing
blueprint upon which his half-sung raps can be laid… His music is heart-felt, danceable and different



JAMIE T

JAMIE T

SPECIAL GUESTS
Bush Hall
Thursday 29 June 2006
Sold Out

£7.50 ADV

Causing quite a stir in his hometown and counting the Mystery Jets and Larrikin Love among his buddies, Wimbledon born JAMIE T plays a live set of new songs at Bush Hall on Thursday June 29th. With riffs excavated from 70s punk, yet strummed on an acoustic bass as if Dylan’s electric revolution never happened, this backdrop provides a refreshing
blueprint upon which his half-sung raps can be laid… His music is heart-felt, danceable and different



JAMIE T

JAMIE T

SPECIAL GUESTS
Bush Hall
Thursday 29 June 2006
Sold Out

£7.50 ADV

Causing quite a stir in his hometown and counting the Mystery Jets and Larrikin Love among his buddies, Wimbledon born JAMIE T plays a live set of new songs at Bush Hall on Thursday June 29th. With riffs excavated from 70s punk, yet strummed on an acoustic bass as if Dylan’s electric revolution never happened, this backdrop provides a refreshing
blueprint upon which his half-sung raps can be laid… His music is heart-felt, danceable and different



JAMIE T

JAMIE T

SPECIAL GUESTS
Bush Hall
Thursday 29 June 2006
Sold Out

£7.50 ADV

Causing quite a stir in his hometown and counting the Mystery Jets and Larrikin Love among his buddies, Wimbledon born JAMIE T plays a live set of new songs at Bush Hall on Thursday June 29th. With riffs excavated from 70s punk, yet strummed on an acoustic bass as if Dylan’s electric revolution never happened, this backdrop provides a refreshing
blueprint upon which his half-sung raps can be laid… His music is heart-felt, danceable and different



JAMIE T

JAMIE T

SPECIAL GUESTS
Bush Hall
Thursday 29 June 2006
Sold Out

£7.50 ADV

Causing quite a stir in his hometown and counting the Mystery Jets and Larrikin Love among his buddies, Wimbledon born JAMIE T plays a live set of new songs at Bush Hall on Thursday June 29th. With riffs excavated from 70s punk, yet strummed on an acoustic bass as if Dylan’s electric revolution never happened, this backdrop provides a refreshing
blueprint upon which his half-sung raps can be laid… His music is heart-felt, danceable and different



JAMIE T

JAMIE T

SPECIAL GUESTS
Bush Hall
Thursday 29 June 2006
Sold Out

£7.50 ADV

Causing quite a stir in his hometown and counting the Mystery Jets and Larrikin Love among his buddies, Wimbledon born JAMIE T plays a live set of new songs at Bush Hall on Thursday June 29th. With riffs excavated from 70s punk, yet strummed on an acoustic bass as if Dylan’s electric revolution never happened, this backdrop provides a refreshing
blueprint upon which his half-sung raps can be laid… His music is heart-felt, danceable and different



JAMIE T

JAMIE T

SPECIAL GUESTS
Bush Hall
Thursday 29 June 2006
Sold Out

£7.50 ADV

Causing quite a stir in his hometown and counting the Mystery Jets and Larrikin Love among his buddies, Wimbledon born JAMIE T plays a live set of new songs at Bush Hall on Thursday June 29th. With riffs excavated from 70s punk, yet strummed on an acoustic bass as if Dylan’s electric revolution never happened, this backdrop provides a refreshing
blueprint upon which his half-sung raps can be laid… His music is heart-felt, danceable and different



JAMIE T

JAMIE T

SPECIAL GUESTS
Bush Hall
Thursday 29 June 2006
Sold Out

£7.50 ADV

Causing quite a stir in his hometown and counting the Mystery Jets and Larrikin Love among his buddies, Wimbledon born JAMIE T plays a live set of new songs at Bush Hall on Thursday June 29th. With riffs excavated from 70s punk, yet strummed on an acoustic bass as if Dylan’s electric revolution never happened, this backdrop provides a refreshing
blueprint upon which his half-sung raps can be laid… His music is heart-felt, danceable and different



JAMIE T

JAMIE T

SPECIAL GUESTS
Bush Hall
Thursday 29 June 2006
Sold Out

£7.50 ADV

Causing quite a stir in his hometown and counting the Mystery Jets and Larrikin Love among his buddies, Wimbledon born JAMIE T plays a live set of new songs at Bush Hall on Thursday June 29th. With riffs excavated from 70s punk, yet strummed on an acoustic bass as if Dylan’s electric revolution never happened, this backdrop provides a refreshing
blueprint upon which his half-sung raps can be laid… His music is heart-felt, danceable and different







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