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The Foreign Press is performing at the West Main Development showcase Friday May 22, 2009 at Baltimore’s 2640 Space. Also playing: Don Zientara, The Caribbean, HD, and Nathan Bell. Doors at 7:30. The Foreign Press is scheduled to start at 8:15. Should be a fun evening. Hope to see you there.

The Foreign Press at Myspace: www.myspace.com/theforeignpressdc

To Purchase Cramped Leisure (our West Main Development release): www.westmaindevelopment.com/

To hear Matt Byars discuss the West Main Development label: www.publicbroadcasting.net/wypr/.artsmain/article/14/347/1505594/The.Signal/West.Main.Development/

Directions to 2640 Space: redemmas.org/2640/directions/

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