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

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

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  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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