Local musicians to perform at Warren gallery space

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Bank of Ireland Electric is music written, borrowed, begged and stolen by Mark Dobbyn and Peri Delorenzo.  On fiddle and guitar and with both their voices, they bring a roots and rock sensibility to some of the oldest songs in the language.  For this special event at the Collaborative they will be joined by bassist Lee Godleski and drummer David Christian, the finest rhythm section in all the land.

WHERE: The Collaborative, 498 Main Street Warren
WHEN: Saturday Oct. 14; 8 p.m. 
COST: Free. Donations are always welcome and encouraged
MORE INFO: thecollaborative02885.org

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