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24 Seven: Music: Tea music for free.

Byline: with Debbie Johnson

LAST year, the first Music Week event was held at the Tea Factory. Subtitled Sex, Tea and Rock and Roll, it brought a huge variety of bands under one roof for a free festival. This year it aims to be bigger and better, with T-Rox.

Being held at the same venue, it is launched this Sunday night and runs to November 14.

As well as oodles of great local bands, it also features the growing number of music organisations in Liverpool -- like Honey Records, Aurora Borealis, Sense of Sound, Glasswerk and Robot Records.

Bands include Former Miss America, The Aeroplanes, Peter and the Wolf, The Jackals and The Shakti.

Well done to Mike Dean for organising it all.
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Title Annotation:Features
Publication:Liverpool Echo (Liverpool, England)
Date:Nov 5, 2004
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