30 Nov 2005
Twenty Four Hours live at Kings Arms, Salford, 11 December 2005 
Twenty Four Hours, which started out as the solo project of Jez Kerr from A Certain Ratio, will celebrate their new record deal with Heart and Soul Recordings with a special one-off Christmas gig at the Kings Arms in Salford on Sunday 11 December.

A single and album are scheduled for release in the New Year but in the meantime check out the official website at twentyfourhoursmusic.com for a free download of 'I Feel So Good'

Twenty Four Hours
Kings Arms
11 Bloom St
Salford
Lancashire M3 6AN
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Support: local beatbox sensation Folded Remediez
Doors: 7.30pm
Admission: 5.00 GBP

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