21 January 2011
Jez Kerr live at Gullivers with The Orch 
A reminder that Jez Kerr's first ever solo performance will be at Gullivers in Manchester on Saturday 19 February 2011. Everyone who attends will receive a remix of the new single Play Sumthing Fast as a free download.

Special guests for the evening are confirmed as The Orch whose album Small Times is out on Skinny Dog Records and available for download.

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Saturday 19th Feb
Gullivers
Oldham St Manchester

8pm £6 on the door upstairs

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