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Re: NJ Looping Festival - an afterthought

Ed thanks.  That sounds like a good lead.  I'm part of some early energy trying to organize this event though I haven't been able to much yet beyond communicate an idea or two.  Others involved will probably recognize this name, I'll start researching him.  Are you by chance friendly with him or the proghouse?
Jim Goodin

On 6/12/07, ejyuhas <ejyuhas@earthlink.net> wrote:

Oops, mea culpa…


Anyone on this list familiar with the NJProghouse run by Jim Robinson?


He's usually an attendeed at NEARFest, etc. and is no stranger to loopers and what we do.


He has progressive rock shows in Metuchen, NJ and can hold them in a small, historic schoolhouse

or a larger theater where the likes of The Flower Kings and Neal Morse, etc. have played in the past.


Check it out: http://www.njproghouse.com/




Ed in NJ

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