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Wednesday, October 31, 2007

Our Man Van Spends Two Nights in San Francisco

Posted By on Wed, Oct 31, 2007 at 8:22 AM

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What else can we say about this guy, other than his classic song catalog is sweeter than Tupelo honey. We can say this-- he's playing here soon. For a couple hundred bucks. Hey, the dude wrote "Gloria" and "Brown Eyed Girl." Freakin' pay the guy:

Two Intimate Evenings With


Thu. and Fri., December 27 and 28, Doors 6:30 PM/ Show 7:30PM

Nob Hill Masonic Center

Tickets are $199.50 and $89.50 for reserved seating plus applicable service charges...all ages

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