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By Ray Pride Pride@moviecitynews.com

Beeb Relies On Once, The Film, To Show “Once” Musical

Beeb Relies On Once, The Film, To Show “Once” Musical vid

One Response to “Beeb Relies On Once, The Film, To Show “Once” Musical”

  1. Amanda says:

    I was really excited when I heard about this musical because I loved the movie so much. Still haven’t seen it but I am hoping to within the next month or two and I’m expecting it to be wonderful! If you’re a fan of “Once”, check out the soundtrack to the show and this interview with Glen Hansard and Marketa Irglova: http://release.sonymusic.com/media/release/53514c3e50b9b7dbbac3?catalog=catalog_68

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