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Kevin Fowler - Beer, Bait & Ammo

Which was preceded by
Brian Burns - Thunderstorms & Tyler Roses
Jimmy Buffett - Grapefruit Juicy Fruit (<----- Any Parrotheads here?)
Drowning Pool - Soldiers

I love having shuffle on my mp3 player.

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