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In The Town Where I Was Born

Hey Soul Mates,
wow. What a great day in the history of the band. We got our festival dates for the International Pop Overthrow in Liverpool this a.m. Some of you may already know. We are playing twice in one day for the fest. First stop will be at Lennon's at 7.15 pm; followed by a perf at the legendary Cavern Club at 9.30 pm. Both shows are on 29 May and both venues are on the same block of Matthew St. And they are free! Get your bank holiday on with Rush Hour Soul! We hope as many of our new friends and fans in UK as possible will get to see us during the tour.

More dates will be announced as they are confirmed. But fans, rest assured, we anticipate gigs in Manchester, Stockport, Leeds, Barnsley, London, Sheffield and Birmingham at the rate we are going. If you happen to be one of our myspace friends who lives in any of the aforementioned towns (or nearby) tell your friends to get ready to rock and roll. We are bringing the new West Coast thang to the UK! And it's slammin!!

Thanks to everyone who has sent us positive feedback regarding our new front page photo. It will also adorn the special limited edition UK Tour reprint of our EP. There will be bonus tracks on the disc, along with the new packaging. The "new" cd's will be available at all shows in the UK.

Bry was over tonight and we spruced up the vocals on a couple of the songs for Friday's set. Don't forget to RSVP via the RHS Evite or e-mail me. Get your name on the discount list and get in for less. We will be passing the hat to help us cover expenses for the upcoming tour, so don't be surprised when you get the opportunity to assist. This weekend, we will be launching our drive to raise money, complete with fun premiums for your donations. All in the name of spreading the gospel of Rush Hour Soul to Europe. It's about love and music, y'all. Thanks in advance for helping the cause!

Love, Power, Peace

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