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20 Years In The Making: Dropkick Murphys & Flogging Molly Announce First-Ever U.S. Co-Headlining Tour

20 Years In The Making: Dropkick Murphys & Flogging Molly Announce First-Ever U.S. Co-Headlining Tour

Dropkick Murphys. Flogging Molly. They share a working class ethos, they share an Irish heritage and Celtic folk influence, and now – for the first time – these two giants of American punk rock will be sharing the stage for a co-headlining U.S. tour. This historic run, celebrating over 20 years of mayhem, kicks off June 1 at Jacobs Pavilion in Cleveland, OH. Tickets for all shows are on sale now at www.dropkickmurphys.com and www.floggingmolly.com.

Dropkick Murphys just completed their 2018 St. Patrick’s Day Tour – including their annual sold-out hometown run of Boston shows – with NYC hardcore legends Agnostic Front and Boston ska pioneers Bim Skala Bim. This followed Dropkick Murphys’ sold-out European arena/concert hall tour – which included dates with Flogging Molly – in February. Flogging Molly is in the homestretch of their fast-paced selling Life Is Good Spring 2018 Tour, selling out over half of the dates in advance including their St. Patrick’s Day celebration at Hollywood’s Palladium, as well as the remaining shows. The band will set sail to the Bahamas on April 20th for their 4th annual Salty Dog Cruise, joined by The Offspring, Buzzcocks, The Vandals, Lagwagon, The Adolescents, and more.

The Dropkick Murphys and Flogging Molly co-headlining U.S. tour dates are as follows:

Date City Venue
June 1 Cleveland, OH Jacobs Pavilion
June 2 Big Flats, NY Tag’s Summer Stage
June 3 Cincinnati, OH Bunbury Festival*
June 5 Detroit, MI Masonic Temple Theater
June 7 Bonner Springs, KS (Kansas City) Providence Medical Center Amphitheater
June 8 Minneapolis, MN The Armory
June 9 Council Bluffs, IA Stir Cove at Harrah’s Casino
June 10 Denver, CO Fox Street Compound
June 12 Sauget, IL (St. Louis) Pop’s Nightclub & Concert Venue
June 13 Columbus, OH Express Live!
June 15 Montebello, QC Montebello Rockfest**
June 16 East Providence, RI Bold Point Park
June 17 Asbury Park, NJ Stone Pony Summerstage
June 18 Pittsburgh, PA Stage AE
June 19 Raleigh, NC Red Hat Amphitheater
June 21 Philadelphia, PA Festival Pier at Penn’s Landing
June 22 Forest Hills, NY Forest Hills Stadium
June 23 Gilford, NH Bank of New Hampshire Pavilion
*Festival date (Dropkick Murphys only)
**Festival date (Dropkick Murphys & Flogging Molly)

 

For more on Dropkick Murphys, visit:

Website: www.dropkickmurphys.com

Facebook: www.facebook.com/DropkickMurphys

Twitter: www.twitter.com/DropkickMurphys

Instagram: www.instagram.com/dropkickmurphys

YouTube: www.youtube.com/dropkickmurphys

 

For more on Flogging Molly, visit:

Website: www.floggingmolly.com

Facebook: www.facebook.com/floggingmolly

Twitter: www.twitter.com/floggingmolly

Instagram: www.instagram.com/floggingmollyband

YouTube: www.youtube.com/floggingmollyband

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Fat Mike Presents “Punk In Drublic Craft Beer & Music Festival”: Music Lineup Announced

Fat Mike Presents “Punk In Drublic Craft Beer & Music Festival”: Music Lineup Announced

The music lineups for Fat Mike Presents Punk In Drublic Craft Beer & Music Festival in Concord and Sacramento, CA have been announced. The Saturday, October 14 show at Concord Pavilion in Concord and the Sunday, October 15 show at Papa Murphy’s Park in Sacramento will feature performances from co-headliners NOFX and Flogging Molly, along with Goldfinger, Less Than Jake, Bad Cop / Bad Cop, Get Dead, and more.

Tickets for the Concord and Sacramento festival dates go on sale Friday, August 11 at 10:00 AM PTat www.PunkInDrublicFest.com.

Both shows are open to those 21 years old and up, and include at least 3 hours of unlimited craft beer tastings with over 100 craft beers, including some of the West Coast’s best and local favorites, plus access to watch the music stage. VIP tickets include 4 hours of tastings.

Tickets for the October 14 Concord show start at $39 + fees for General Admission and $99 + fees for VIP. Tickets for the October 15 Sacramento show start at $29 + fees for General Admission and $99 + fees for VIP, with multiple VIP and Early Entry ticket options.

Created from the mind and liver of NOFX‘s frontman Fat Mike, the Punk In Drublic Craft Beer & Music Festival will debut in the Western U.S. this fall with five special events featuring the best in punk rock music and regional craft beer.

Named for NOFX’s classic Punk In Drublic album, which has sold over one million copies, Punk In Drublic Craft Beer & Music Festival launches September 16 in Tacoma, WA, with stops in Boise, ID, Concord, CA, Sacramento, CA, and Huntington Beach, CA. NOFX will co-headline each date of Punk In Drublic Craft Beer & Music Festival, with music lineups varying slightly by market.

As previously announced, Fat Mike has joined forces with premier music event producer/promoter Synergy Global Entertainment and respected craft beer event production powerhouse Brew Ha Ha Productions for the festival. In addition, to celebrate Punk In Drublic, Fat Mike teamed up with craft beer pioneers Stone Brewing to brew their very own Stone & NOFX Punk in Drublic Hoppy Lager, which will be available in cans only in the festival markets. This collaboration is a huge show of support by Stone, as it marks the first time ever that Stone has worked with a musician for a can release.They’ve even included the festival tour dates on the back of each can. This is a first-of-its-kind level of commitment from a brewery partner for a festival tour.

Catch the Punk In Drublic Craft Beer & Music Festival “stumbling through a town near you”:

Saturday, September 16 – Tacoma, WA – America’s Car Museum (on sale now)

Sunday, September 17 – Boise, ID – Ford Idaho Center Amphitheater (on sale now)

Saturday, October 14 – Concord, CA – Concord Pavilion (on sale Friday, August 11)

Sunday, October 15 – Sacramento, CA – Papa Murphy’s Park (on sale Friday, August 11)

Saturday, October 28 – Huntington Beach, CA – Punk ‘N Brew at Bolsa Chica State Park (on sale Friday, September 1)

Punk In Drublic Craft Beer & Music Festival is pleased to welcome Rockstar Energy Drink, Wienerschnitzel, Stone Brewing and Cosmic Fog as sponsors and supporters in its inaugural year. Sponsor activations vary by market.

Look for details on the other Punk In Drublic Craft Beer & Music Festival shows in the coming weeks. Visit www.PunkInDrublicFest.com for more information.

Website: www.PunkInDrublicFest.com

Facebook: @PunkInDrublicFestival

Instagram: @PunkInDrublicFestival

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Fat Mike Presents Punk In Drublic Craft Beer & Music Festival Featuring NOFX, Bad Religion and More!

Fat Mike Presents Punk In Drublic Craft Beer & Music Festival Featuring NOFX, Bad Religion and More!

Created from the mind and liver of NOFX‘s frontman Fat Mike, the Punk In Drublic Craft Beer & Music Festival will debut in the Western U.S. this fall with five special events featuring the best in punk rock music and regional craft beer.

Named for NOFX’s classic Punk In Drublic album, which has sold over one million copies, Punk In Drublic Craft Beer & Music Festival launches September 16 in Tacoma, WA, with stops in Boise, ID, Concord, CA, Sacramento, CA, and Huntington Beach, CA. NOFX will co-headline each date of Punk In Drublic Craft Beer & Music Festival alongside Flogging Molly in some markets and Bad Religion in others?, and every show will also feature four other? bands. Look for full details to be announced in August at www.PunkInDrublicFest.com.

Each Punk In Drublic festival date will feature up to four hours of craft beer tastings with over 100 craft beers, including some of the West Coast’s best and local favorites. Craft beer tastings are included with admission. Festival hours will be Noon – 9:00 PM.

Fat Mike has joined forces with premier music event producer/promoter Synergy Global Entertainment and respected craft beer event production powerhouse Brew Ha Ha Productions for the festival. In addition, to celebrate Punk In Drublic, Fat Mike teamed up with craft beer pioneers Stone Brewing to brew their very own Stone & NOFX Punk in Drublic Hoppy Lager, which will be available in cans only in the festival markets. This collaboration is a huge show of support by Stone, as it marks the first time ever that Stone has worked with a musician for a can release. They’ve even included the festival tour dates on the back of each can. This is a first-of-its-kind level of commitment from a brewery partner for a festival tour.

When asked how Stone & NOFX Punk in Drublic Hoppy Lager tastes, Fat Mike says, “It’s something to wash the noise away.” However, other slogans offered by Mike that were quickly turned down by Stone included, “It’s the beer of champagnes” and finally, “They say you can’t get beer from a stone…oh shit, we just did!”

“We know we’re crazy for letting Fat Mike in our brewery, but we’re doing it anyway,” says Greg Koch, Stone Brewing co-founder. “We have a lot in common in not only refusing to follow the status quo, but actively rejecting it. I have incredible respect for what he and Fat Wreck Chords have done for the independent music scene. Craft beer is currently in a similar open-your-eyes-to-the-man’s-corporate-obfuscation battle. Is independent craft beer punk rock? Very. And even more so now with this collab. See you in the pit!”

Cameron Collins, Co-Founder & Director of Events at Brew Ha Ha Productions explains, “Craft beer and punk rock are cut from the same cloth. Small, independent, and up against some big challenges: taking on BIG BEER, and local bands determined to do it their way, despite what might make them a quick buck. Punk In Drublic throws off the mantle of the ordinary to create an event unlike any other…a perfect pairing of craft beer and punk rock!”

Catch the Punk In Drublic Craft Beer & Music Festival “stumbling through a town near you”:

Saturday, September 16 – Tacoma, WA – America’s Car Museum (on sale Friday, July 28)

Sunday, September 17 – Boise, ID – Ford Idaho Center Amphitheater (on sale Friday, July 28)

Saturday, October 14 – Concord, CA – Concord Pavilion (on sale Friday, August 11)

Sunday, October 15 – Sacramento, CA – Bonney Field (on sale Friday, August 11)

Saturday, October 28 – Huntington Beach, CA – Bolsa Chica State Park (on sale Friday, September 1)

The Saturday, September 16 (Tacoma) and Sunday, September 17 (Boise) Punk In Drublic shows will feature performances from NOFX, Bad Religion, Goldfinger, Less Than Jake, Bad Cop / Bad Cop and more. Tickets forthese two shows go on sale Friday, July 28 at 10:00 AM local time at www.PunkInDrublicFest.com.

General Admission and VIP tickets for the Tacoma and Boise shows are priced as follows. Ticket details for other dates will be announced in August. All tickets include craft beer tasting and access to view the music stage for attendees 21 years or older.

General Admission: starting at $39

Early Entry + VIP Lounge: $99

Early Entry + VIP Lounge + Meet & Greet: $199

VIP Tickets include access to a VIP Entry Lane and VIP Lounge, with:

– Exclusive craft beer tastings

– VIP viewing area of the stage

– Private restrooms

– VIP cash bar

– One hour early entry for craft beer tastings (for those 21+), starting at 12:00 PM

Look for details on the other Punk In Drublic Craft Beer & Music Festival shows in the coming weeks. Visit www.PunkInDrublicFest.com for more information.

About Fat Mike:
Fat Mike is a musician, songwriter, producer, record label president, political activist, and champion bowler! Best known as the lead vocalist, bassist and songwriter for long-running punk rock band NOFX, Fat Mike is also bassist and arranger for supergroup cover band Me First and the Gimme Gimmes. Additionally, Fat Mike is the co-owner of the Fat Wreck Chords record label in San Francisco. NOFX formed in Los Angeles in 1983, signed to Epitaph Records in 1989, and went on to sell over 6 million records worldwide including two records that went gold in the US and Canada. In 2004, Fat Mike founded Punkvoter.com in an effort to mobilize the punk community to vote, and in turn raised over a million dollars for the Kerry Campaign with the Rock Against Bush compilations. In 2016, NOFX released both a New York Times best-selling book (The Hepatitis Bathtub and Other Stories) and their critically acclaimed 13th album (First Ditch Effort).

About Synergy Global Entertainment, Inc.:
Synergy Global Entertainment, Inc. (SGE) specializes in producing music events and music marketing programs benefitting brands, artists, consumers, partners and attendees alike. SGE has produced thousands of branded music festivals, concerts, tours and events throughout the world playing to millions of applauding fans. www.sgeworldwide.com

About Brew Ha Ha Productions:
Brew Ha Ha Productions (BHHP) is California’s most successful craft beer event producer and creates award winning, often sold out, events. Its team brings years of successful event production and business experience along with an inside view of the craft beer industry and its enthusiasts. Fueled by a desire to promote craft beer, along with a vision of creating legacy beer fests and events, BHHP was conceived 10 years ago. BHHP produces multiple celebrated festivals with rave reviews annually including BRUFEST in Phoenix AZ, 91X’s BeerX in San Diego, Driftwood, Ye Scallywag ?and more.? Best known for their signature events like the ?OC ?Brew Ha Ha Craft Beer Roundup, Brew Ho Ho ‘Holiday Ale Festival’, Sabroso Craft Beer, Taco & Music Festival, and the award winning Brew Hee Haw at the OC Fair, BHHP is now expanding events to other cities and states including Arizona, Washington and Idaho? to enhance communities with fun and safe events along with helping to raise money for local charities?.

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The Dirges Talk Music, Life and The Boondock Saints!

The Dirges Talk Music, Life and The Boondock Saints!

The Dirges may not be a household name quite yet, but their dedication to their self-described “Ag-fO” sound is certainly paying off in spades. For those not yet familiar with the band, The Dirges are part of a budding traditionalist Irish-American rock movement that includes such genre icons as Flogging Molly, Young Dubliners and Dirty Thieving Bastards. Since their formation, this multi-faceted band has wasted no time in leaving a lasting impression on the highly competitive music scene, while adding legions to their dedicated fanbase. After catching the ear of ‘Boondock Saints’ director Troy Duffy in Los Angeles, the band would end up penning several songs for the highly anticipated sequels soundtrack. 2009 would mark the biggest year to date for The Dirges as they would embark on more ambitious tours, play a key musical role in the Boondock Saints 10th Anniversary Celebration and would be dubbed ‘Official Band of The Boondock Saints II: All Saints Day’. With momentum building, The Dirges show no signs of slowing down and are looking to make 2010 an even more epic year! Jason Price of Icon Vs. Icon recently caught up with vocalist Fran DeAngelo and drummer Bill Stuhlly to discuss the band’s past, their involvement with ‘The Boondock Saints’ and what the future may hold for this band on the rise! Find out what all the buzz is about…

First off, I want to give our readers a little background on you. Where did you grow up?

Bill: I grew up in a suburb of Boston, Massachusetts called Peabody (pronounced Pebidy).

Fran: I grew up in Schenectady, New York — a place of which most of the first record is about.

How did music first come into your life?

Bill: For me it was through my mom playing Elvis records while I was chillin as a toddler playing with the matchbox cars in the living room.

Fran: My parents had a gang load of records and eight tracks, a lot of folk and soul stuff. Some of my earliest music memories were playing The Kingston Trio, The Fifth Dimension, Five Stair Steps and a record by Wendy Carlos called “Switched On Bach”. It was an experiment on a Moog synth. I would play it incessantly; I think it’s where I got my love for a cacophony of notes. It’s an awesome record I still listen to it today when I’m looking to break through a writer’s block; it humbles the shit out of you.

Who and what were some of the influences that have helped shape you, the musician that we know today?

Bill: Frank Zappa and David Lee Roth.. First Zappa inspired me to be the best at my instrument and how to be a professional DIY musician… And  DLR because the showmanship and personality he possessed just drew everybody into the show, except for the assless chaps period…Just wrong.

Fran: When I first started playing guitar I bought a Bob Dylan and a David Bowie tab book. They definitely shaped my writing style in the beginning, certainly got my ska and reggae influences from the likes of Desmond Dekker and the Specials and Jimmy Cliff, was way into The Pogues and The Dubliners they certainly showed me how to romanticize my immediate surroundings. More recently I listen to Against Me when I feel I need to be inspired I think they’re amazing songwriters.

What drove you to make music your career?

Bill: It was not really a choice as much as a passion that no other job could fulfill that and I don’t take orders very well

Fran: I like the fact you can write a story put a sound track to it and perform it practically on the spot. You can get your message across without to many cooks in the kitchen as opposed to film or theater, for mw its completely primal, like a motor skill, there’s no one around to edit you except that little guy in your head.

Fran DeAngelo

The music industry is often a hard path to follow. What has kept you inspired through the years?Bill: Every year I learn 10 times more than I knew the year before. It’s kinda like golf or any activity that you compete against yourself, get one success and your hooked.

Fran: I love to perform and music for me is a mental and physical release I just can’t live without I’ll do anything to keep the ball rollin’.

For those who may not be familiar with The Dirges, how did the band initially form?

Fran: Tall Pete and I started writing songs on an old 4track we found just for something to do, really .We would have after hours at our place and everyone would get high and drunk and we would play well into the mornings. Then we compiled a cache of songs I wrote and decided to look for some people to to play with. Our hiring pool came from the bars we hung out and worked in. Bob Cella was on guitar, Matt Van Alstyne on drums and Elijah on electric banjo, we called it the Pig Slaughter , it was a banjo on a tele body. As we were forming 911 happened and one of my best friends Mike Canty died in the second tower.  I wrote Stuytown in celebration of his life, decided to call the band The Dirges, which is a funeral hymn, and began our trek to sing songs about our fallen friends and our lives in the bars, and to romanticize my childhood in Schenectady. We went through a lot of personal changes but have had this inception for six or seven years now, which is kind of when the we got serious about being more of a pub band now that we had a group that really gelled. Marc Strommer on guitar, Alicia Allen on mandolin and such and obviously Bill Sthully on drums.

For those not yet familiar with the band, how would you describe your sound?

Bill:. We call it “Ag-fO” or aggressive folk… We got a lot of influences and they all appear at some point or another.

Fran: The aggressive folk thing was my original concept; the idea was to play folk music at as fast and as loud as we could. Our early shows we were loud dark and smoky and I loved every second of it. Then we got Bill Marc and Alicia and they brought dynamics to the table and I loved it more. They made the songs more musical and enjoyable for the audience. Before I would try to beat people over the head with my music and if people walked out of the room I was happy, now I rather have people hang around and enjoy themselves, they showed me how to get my anger across in a more powerful way through musicianship instead of obtuse carelessness. I have problems.

The Dirges’ have two official releases, the full-length CD ‘When Laughing Got You Killed’ and the 2009 EP, ‘Widows Walk.’ What can you tell us about the writing process for these records?

Fran: ‘When Laughing Got You Killed’ was mostly about growing up in Schenectady and some songs were written years ago some just before we went in the studio. On that album I would bring in a simple acoustic version of a song then we would kind of shape it to be more of a completed song in rehearsal. We like to beat the dead horse out of a song, we’ll play it live fifty times before we decide we like an arrangement or not. ‘Widows Walk’ is more of a collaborative album mostly dealing with relationships from the male and female perspective. The concept of the widow walk came from the whaling days in Nantucket where the architecture was shaped by the fact that the woman of the island would go to the Widow watch to wait for there men to come home from sea. A whaling trip would take year and was obviously dangerous, resulting in a lot of the men not coming home. I always thought there was something romantic in that moment when the ship comes and they found out whether their man was on the boat or not, such an extreme of emotion, not unlike what is happening with our soldiers today except the steaks seem hirer now that its both men and women. I guess were trying to nail down that feeling of extreme happiness and sadness at the same time.

Can we look forward to a new album in the near future?

Fran: It’s written we just need to record, know anybody who wants to finance it. By the end of year we should have Widows finished and hopefully a new album written. We’re thinking of releasing a live thing too.

The band got a big push with the help of ‘Boondock Saints II: All Saints Day’. How did you initially get involved with Troy Duffy and company?

Bill: Aaahhh Troy Duffy.. The band met Troy at Birds, a Hollywood chicken restaurant/bar back in the day, which we all still hang at. He’s an east coaster most of us are east coasters so we get along perfectly. Lot’s of shit giving and strong opinions mixed with alchol… Back to the story, he was getting music together for the second film. His wife Angela got a CD of ‘Widows Walk’ from Alicia with the assistance of Pete and our man Gert. They listened, they liked and the rest was history! We’re all very grateful to have the exposure to the Boondock Saints fanbase and have made some great new friends

Fran: I just remember that over the years we have had lot residencies around town and even when it was stormy in LA or the spot had run its course Troy and Rocco would always be there ready to rock out. Troy always said when I make ‘Boondock Saints II’ you guys are in; unlike a lot of people in this town he kept his word.

You guys have a tour coming up what can you tell use about that?

Bill: I can tell you that we’ll be out from October 27th until November 6th. It’s a short run to hit the cities we did with the Boondock tour in February/March of this year. After the New Year we’ll be expanding our tours to the southeast and Midwest and hopefully grabbing some support slots along the way. We’ll be announcing the dates in the coming weeks, around mid July.

What can people expect from your live show?

Bill: A kickass live show with lots of intensity. People can definately expect to hang with us and drink, before, during and after the show that’s for sure.

Fran: Our thing is definitely alive thing. We like to be part of the audience and the audience to be part of us. I never mind people getting up on stage if their feelin it or talking amongst themselves its all part of the storm that is our show, if I could afford I’d break shit every night.

Bill Stuhlly

The you formed in 2001. To what do you attribute the longevity of the band?

Fran: Friendship and the drive of everyone in the band to make The Dirges a sound we can be proud of when we leave this blue marble.

How do you think you have evolved as artists since starting out?

Fran: When I first started out I didn’t care what anything sounded like. I just wanted to finish something. Now that I have the band around me I think that we have more of a concept of what we want and direction of what I want. It’s cool to be free to do whatever you want but when the music suffers because of it, there is no point of continuing on. Being more of a collaborative band now I’ve learned to edit myself and give myself parameters in the art and keeping the integrity of the concept in tact

What has been the biggest challenge for the band since it’s formation and what do you consider your biggest milestone?

Fran: Our biggest challenge was keeping it together when we had to give Tall Pete a break a couple of years ago. His head wasn’t in it and we weren’t sure of the direction of the band either. At that time things felt dead in the water and getting rid of Pete felt like the nail in the coffin.  So Pete took some time and decided he really wanted to move forward in the band and when he came back it was like a new band. I used to play acoustic and switched to electric when he came back witch gave the sound more power. We also had a very talented violin player in the band but it wasn’t working with the sound either, so when she left and Pete came back everything felt right as rain and it’s been the same ever since. I guess that was a big challenge and a milestone.

As artists, what do you want the listener or concertgoer to come away with after experiencing The Dirges?

Fran: I want them to feel like they just saw something that was performed for them personally and that they got to leave their problems at the door for hour and just have a blast. Why not?

Have you ever had a “Spinal Tap” moment on stage, where something totally unexpected has happened to you?

Fran: At a Molly Malone’s show I fell over my amp backwards and had to play the whole song stuck between the wall and the amp, thank God it was an instrumental.

What is the best piece of advice someone has given you along the way in your career?
Fran: Gary from Flogging Molly told me to let the audience see my eyes, because I always had my hat pulled over my brow. I thought it was cool and brooding. Sure enough though I got smaller hat and I felt I connected with the audience better.

Bill: ”Fortune Favors the Bold” and “Always Bring a Napkin”.

That being said, do you have any advice you have for someone who would like to pursue a career in the entertainment industry?

Bill: Right now is a great time to be in music. The fans are willing to explore and find bands that you’d never hear through radio or mainstream media. Which is forcing them to turn their ears to the DIY bands. If you’re passionate and are willing to work hard you’ll have a nice career

Fran: Just do it any way you think is right. If you’re in it for the money, audition for “American Idle” if you’re in it because you love making music put your nose to the grindstone and enjoy every moment.

Is there anything else you want to add or let your fans know before you go?

Fran: Without the fans this whole thing is for nothing. As long as you’ll have us we’ll be there. There isn’t a place we don’t want to play so if you’re out there and you want us in your town put the party together and lets do this thing

Bill: Thanks for all your continuing support and we expect to see and meet you at a show.

Where are the best places for fans and our readers to learn more about The Dirges?

Bill: You can check us out at o ur various social media sites:

www.myspace.com/thedirges
www.twitter.com/thedirges
www.facebook.com/pages/The-Dirges
www.thedirges.com

Thanks for your time.  We wish you all the best and will be spreading the word!

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