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To celebrate the release of his latest single Sound of Love, M Jack Bee heads out on a run of east coast shows with his first band in tow.  Sound of Love follows his 2010 release In Loops which received praise from Rhythm magazine as ‘world class’ and Time Off proclaimed the live show a ‘revelation’. Recorded in a single day in Sydney, this release was influenced by the expertise of producer Dave Symes. M Jack Bee’s live performance has received widespread adoration throughout the country, as this humble but captivating performer somehow manages to use his lyrics and his presence to capture a little bit of our souls. M Jack Bee at the Hotel Great Northern tonight.


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