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Reggae band Kalle Bah concert at Rejmyre Skogsröjet 2010 festival
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Swedish band Kalle Bah performing 28 Aug 2010 at Skogsröjet festival in Rejmyre more panos from Skogsrojet festival at :

www.fotograf.nu/360/rejmyre2010/

Copyright: Jann Lipka
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Tags: kalle bah; rejmyre; skogsrojet; concert; festival
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