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Open Mic Jam at The Velvet Note
Ongoing Each Thursday Beginning Thursday, September 04, 2014.

Do you sing or play an instrument? Or simply enjoy listening to others who do? Come out and join us on Thursday nights in the comfort of The Velvet Note Living Room. Meet the best, most passionate local area musicians, make essential connections and relax and enjoy the scene. THIS is the area fun-spot–the place to meet others who play and/or simply enjoy great music. Only $7 and no reservations necessary. All styles and genres are welcomed, so scootch on in here as a performer or spectator–it’s all fun Hosted by TuKute.
Times:8:00 PM
Where:The Velvet Note
Street
Alpharetta GA 30005
Additional Info:Website: http://thevelvetnote.com
Phone: 8555835838

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