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Two Free Downloads from Michael McDermott

Tonight at the High Noon Saloon, Michael McDermott plays his classic debut album, “620 West Surf,”  in it’s entirety. To get you ready for the show, we’ve got two free downloads! Here's something new from Michael - “So Am I” is from his new album “Hey La Hey” PLUS something old- “A Wall I Must Climb” from that classic album “620 West Surf.” http://wmmm.radiotown.com/MichaelMcDermottSoIAm.mp3 http://wmmm.radiotown.com/MichaelMcDermottAWallIMustClimb.mp3

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