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Ray Davies with DR Underholdnigsorkester
Denmark

Ray Davies, the front figure of the old rockband The Kinks, was one of the artist invited to The Danish Radio Concert Orchestra's Castle concert at Ledreborg Palace in the summer of 2010.

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