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Betty Ford and THE GT Falcons reunite

Betty Ford and THE GT Falcons reunite

Betty Ford and the GT Falcons will be playing a reunion gig at Talkin’

to a Stranger at 9pm on Friday night. The band first formed in 2005 and

were brought together by their love of classic rock and roll bands such

as The Rolling Stones, AC/DC and Cheap Trick. They have been on a

yearlong hiatus and will be performing every song they ever played on

Friday, as well as a number of covers. Melanie Brew, who plays guitar,

says she promises a “rockin’ good night” and that the driving force of

the band is to “have fun and entertain”.

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