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Tav Falco in Your Town

Tav Falco's Panter Burns are live in your town this week, if your town is London or Newcastle

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by LamontPaul, for outsideleft.com
originally published: September, 2011
Tav Falco's Panther Burns recreating your golden days...

Perennial outsideleft favorite Tav Falco and the Panther Burns perform in the UK this week. Daddy told us about the amazing nights at the Harlesden's Mean Fiddler with Panther Burns back in the day and we're pretty confident that these shows will be the gig of the week, if not the year so far, for oh so many reasons, whether you  like it or not. 

Performing their classic LP sets, Behind the Magnolia Curtain and Blow Your Top. 

Not to be missed.

Tav Falco and Panther Burns UK Dates
Thursday September 15th: London 100 Club
Saturday September 17th: Newcastle The Cluny

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