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'Perfect venue' for London Bass Guitar Show found
The organisers of the London Bass Guitar Show have claimed they have located the ideal spot for the musical event to take place.
Hugo Montgomery-Swan, managing director of Oyster House Media, told MI-Pro that he thinks the size and calibre of London Olympia is perfect for the occasion.
In his opinion, bass guitar enthusiasts heading to the event will be impressed by the work ethic of the team at the facility, who he feels know how to treat exhibiters and visitors.
"Not only is London Olympia a high quality venue ... that ranks amongst the finest in the country, but the whole team at Olympia are great to work with," he was quoted as saying.
The London Bass Guitar Show will take place March 12th and 13th 2011 at the establishment.
Oyster House Media is also the publisher of Bass Guitar Magazine, which this month features pieces on Bootsy Collins, Stanley Clarke, Hugh McDonald and JD Deservio.
ÂPosted on 28 Sep 2010 17:17 to category : Instruments News
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