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* Princess Pavilion: A Summer of Love
Posted Jul 08, 2005 - 03:13 PM
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Music Make a big date in your diary on Sunday 7th August for an extra special musical feast when the Princess Pavilion, Falmouth hosts a Summer of Love mini-fest featuring three great acts on one day...

On the bill will be:

Arthur Brown, the self-styled 'God Of Hellfire' who burst onto the unsuspecting music scene with 'Fire', subsequently covered by Prodigy, and has reformed 'The Crazy World Of Arthur Brown', performing to great acclaim at festivals across Europe.

Another act with impressive credentials is The Country Joe Band featuring Woodstock legend Country Joe McDonald. Reunited in 2004, their new single Cakewalk to Baghdad picks up on issues right where they left off.

Completing the line up are The Muffin Men with Jimmy Carl Black. Now in their 12th year and considered to be 'the best Zappa band in operation' according to Mike Keneally, former Zappa guitarist. Hear Zappa and Beefheart music performed with typical English humour and the odd touch of virtuosity. It promises to be a superb evening of live music so go along and soak up the ‘Woodstock’ festival atmosphere.

Doors open at 5pm and tickets are just £15. Tel: 01326 211222.

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