Feeling sheepish

December 1993
Billboard;12/11/93, Vol. 105 Issue 50, p38
Trade Publication
Presents a photograph of television host Jerry Bryant with Sheep on Drugs performers Duncan X and Lee 303. Visit of the Smash Records artists to Bryant's show on television station JBTV.


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