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Kuk Harrell Bails

For those of you looking forward to our scheduled show today with vocal producer/songwriter Kuk Harrell, we’re sorry to say, it’s off for now. Kuk cancelled, last minute. It’s a rare thing, but it happens. We’ll see if we can reschedule.

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  • J__o__h__n

    Please don’t, unless he is going to apologize for Justin Bieber and some of the other sound atrocities he is responsible for inflicting upon humanity. 

  • http://twitter.com/13BlueRust 13BlueRust

    Remember when music was sometimes so good, that more than one act would record the same song? How many Kuk Harrell songs will be recorded more than once? Hmmm…

  • Seraphaeme

    Who is Kuk Harrell Bails, and what does he want?

  • Seraphaeme

    Who is Kuk Harrell Bails, and what does he want?

  • ms

    the value of On Point depends on Tom’s good questions, good people management. His fill-ins dont compare but the possible best is Wade G

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