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URL icon « on: February 26, 2013, 01:52:06 PM »

Well, with all the line up hysteria going on around here I figured it was time to also post the line up for:

The 60/20
Rich Matin's 60th birthday
The 20th Anniversary of the Tie Dye Party

May 17-18, 2013
Ramah, New Mexico

Announcing our biggest line up ever!

Friday
Jack 10 High
The Saltine Ramblers
Russell James Pyle & the Safety Committee
Albuquerque Al

Saturday
Three String Bale presents Three String Bale, featuring The Vader Fist Family Band, with Special Guests & Friends
The Squash Blossom Boys
Boris McCutcheon & the Salt Licks
Wildewood
Hot Honey
Todd & the Fox
Drew Kennedy
Children's open mic

You're all invited. 
To get on our email list, send a request to roadtorichs@gmail.com

Come to Ramah - you'll be glad you did!
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URL icon « Reply #1 on: March 29, 2013, 05:04:28 PM »

What?  You live within a drive from the 4 Corners Area?  And you haven't been to the Tie Dye Party?

Get on our email list by writing to

roadtorichs@gmail.com

and get your butt to Ramah in May!
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