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Oslo Bluesklubb pres.: The Greens

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Concert with The Greens at Buckleys

Junipher Greene and Ruphus, two bands from the late 60s, have gone down in history as the flagship of Norwegian 70s prog rock. Now, 40 years later, the members of these two groups have come together as The Greens to honor one of their major influences - Fleetwood Mac.

The Greens have picked out around 25 gems from Fleetwood Mac's early repertoire, and will use their experience to perform these in the best possible way.

The Greens are:
Freddy Dahl, guitar/vocals (Junipher Greene)
Kjell B. Larsen, guitar/vocals (Ruphus)
Øivind Vilbo, bass (Junipher Greene)
Tore Wildhauer, drums (Norsk Utflukt)

Tickets at the door.

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Where:Buckleys pub
8/30/2014
Sat
4:00 PM

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Oslo Bluesklubb pres.: The Greens

Concert with The Greens at Buckleys Junipher Greene and Ruphus, two bands from the late 60s, have gone down in history as the flagship of Norwegian...

Oslo Bluesklubb pres.: The Greens

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