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Jack L live on the Gerry Ryan Show
Ireland

Here's I panorama I took in RTÉ's Studio 8 just before Jack's live performance on the Gerry Ryan show on 2FM.

He was accompanied by his band and members of the Maynooth Gospel Choir.

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