28 September 2011
Jez Kerr live @ The Bowery 30 Sep 2011 
The London launch of debut solo album by A Certain Ratio's Jez Kerr, Numb Mouth Eat Waste takes place at The Bowery in London this Friday 30 September. Tickets are 10.00 advance (or 15.00 with a special offer including a signed copy of the album). Support comes from The Institute of Modern Love and doors open 19:30. See you there!

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The Bowery
36-38 New Oxford Street
London WC1A 1EP
Tel: 020 7580 3057

More details on Jez Kerr's Facebook

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