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Ad Libs: A swinging eve on the ave

Uploaded: Jul 11, 2011
We tried out our best East Coast Swing moves last Saturday eve on the ave (California). One of the best swing bands around, Steve Lucky and the Rhumba Bums, played a free show in the city's Twilight Concert Series.

That Steve is a showman. ...

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