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Blues night charity boost.

BLUES band Tooth and Nail is to play a Nuneaton gig to raise funds for a local church and Kosovar refugees.

The Nuneaton-based three-man band will stage its concert at Attleborough Liberal Club on Friday, July 9, from 7.30pm.

Tickets cost pounds 3 and are available from The Railway Tavern in Bond Street, Nuneaton, Blades Hair Design in Crowhill Road, or by calling 01203 352557.

Proceeds will be shared between Our Lady of the Angels RC Church in Coton Road, Nuneaton and aid for Kosovar refugees.

Tam, of Tooth and Nail, said: "It's good to play in our home town especially for such a good cause.

"The refugees need all the help we can give."

The group plays favourites from the Blues Brothers as well as pop hit from Oasis and T Rex among others.
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Publication:Coventry Evening Telegraph (England)
Date:Jun 23, 1999
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