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https://flic.kr/s/aHskkJSXMc | Sebastian Bach + The Black Swamp | Skid Row front-man Sebastian Bach killing it at the Coolengatta Hotel with The Black Swamp 19/09/2015

https://flic.kr/s/aHskkJSXMc | Sebastian Bach + The Black Swamp | Skid Row front-man Sebastian Bach killing it at the Coolengatta Hotel with The Black Swamp 19/09/2015

Reflecting | A Monday moment of calm. So many tears watching the amazing concert last night One Love for Manchester. The choir got me. And then the policeman dancing in a circle with those girls to Justin Bieber. But it also filled me with joy isn't music amazing? However I also had to google half of the performers which amused me. I used to be the one recording the top 40 on to tape like an actual cassette (oh wait that was 25 years ago). Hope that makes you chuckle because it did me…

Reflecting | A Monday moment of calm. So many tears watching the amazing concert last night One Love for Manchester. The choir got me. And then the policeman dancing in a circle with those girls to Justin Bieber. But it also filled me with joy isn't music amazing? However I also had to google half of the performers which amused me. I used to be the one recording the top 40 on to tape like an actual cassette (oh wait that was 25 years ago). Hope that makes you chuckle because it did me…

It Don’t Mean a Thing (If It Ain’t Got That Swing | 1939    Meet Me At The Savoy! Photo Series (1 of 4)    The Savoy Ballroon was located in Harlem New York and open from 1926 to 1958. It was one of the most famous dance halls of the swing era and home to legendary dancers like Frankie Manning, Norma Miller, Leon James and Al Minns. The Savoy was an integrated ballroom unlike many of it’s contemporary ballrooms like the Cotton Club.

It Don’t Mean a Thing (If It Ain’t Got That Swing | 1939 Meet Me At The Savoy! Photo Series (1 of 4) The Savoy Ballroon was located in Harlem New York and open from 1926 to 1958. It was one of the most famous dance halls of the swing era and home to legendary dancers like Frankie Manning, Norma Miller, Leon James and Al Minns. The Savoy was an integrated ballroom unlike many of it’s contemporary ballrooms like the Cotton Club.

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