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Gibson acoustic guitars used at Camden Crawl event
The likes of We Are Scientists and Delays played special sets using Gibson acoustic guitars as part of last weekend's Camden Crawl.
More than 150 bands played at the two-day event across a range of venues in the region, with acts including The Drums, Gang of Four, Plan B and Teenage Fanclub all appearing live.
As part of the festival, Gibson set up a special stage for the Crawl Sessions, where performers played stripped-down versions of their songs.
We Are Scientists were one of the headline acts at the event a date which marks the start of a series of gigs for the indie band in the UK over the coming months.
They have just announced a four-date tour of the country in June ahead of their appearance at Glastonbury Festival towards the end of next month.Posted on 5 May 2010 10:30 to category : Band / Celebrity News
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