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Emerald City Soul Club - Dates for 2007

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It was suggested that I post this up for folks who may be travelling out this way sometime this year. Here is the list of dates + some of the expected upcoming guest DJs.

Emerald City Soul Club, Seattle WA USA - 2007

January 13th

February 10th - guest Miss Shing-A-Ling (Buffalo, NYC)

March 10th

April 14th

May 12th - Pete Kelross (Bisley Nightshift Club, UK)

June 9th

July 14th

August 11th

September 8th

October 13th

November 9th - 11th (Anniversary Weekender) TBA

December 8th

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also hoping for visits from the folk from Central Soul Club

down in LA and Mr. Dave Moore from Hitsville (get on it, would

ya Dave). and AHEM, Chris Morgan and ... AHEM! Jumping Joan

and hell ... just bring all the Soul or Nothing folk. We will give

you the decks and let you take over for a night :thumbsup:

Also, if any DJs from the UK (or elsewhere) are travelling and

would like to play a few, we would love to have ya ... and we

will even pay you a few dollars.

contact info:

emeraldcitysoul@yahoo.com

web:

myspace.com/emeraldcitysoulclub

(until i can find time to do a proper

website - i know ... its been a year)

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kevin

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By the way, our music policy is as follows:

Emerald City Soul Club plays exclusively RARE SOUL from the 60s and Early 70s, Tamla-Motown favorites, with a smattering of 60s RnB, 70s Crossover and Modern on original 45. You will not hear Funk/Ska/Reggae/Freakbeat/Garage/Mod/Hammond Groove, etc. However, we are not in the business of catering to chin-strokers, so if you are interested in coming out, dancing, DJing, having a positive attitude and a goodtime, you are certainly welcome!!!

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By the way, our music policy is as follows:

Emerald City Soul Club plays exclusively RARE SOUL from the 60s and Early 70s, Tamla-Motown favorites, with a smattering of 60s RnB, 70s Crossover and Modern on original 45. You will not hear Funk/Ska/Reggae/Freakbeat/Garage/Mod/Hammond Groove, etc. However, we are not in the business of catering to chin-strokers, so if you are interested in coming out, dancing, DJing, having a positive attitude and a goodtime, you are certainly welcome!!!

Sounds like you need the D.D.A fella.... (Dancing DJ's Association)... can have a word if you like :shades:

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