Venable lobbyist ready to rock Georgetown

May 2007
Hill;5/17/2007, Vol. 14 Issue 59, p12
Entertainment Review
The article reviews a concert by Erik Huey and his band, the Surreal McCoys, in Georgetown, Washington D.C. in May 2007.


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