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BajaProg 2013

2013-04-03

by Jon Davis, Published 2013-01-06

Baja Prog: The return of one of North America's premiere festivals of progressive music. Among the performers are Steve Hackett, Eddie Jobson, and Änglagård.

Filed under: Concerts, Festivals

Related artist(s): Steve Hackett

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http://www.bajaprogofficial.com

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