TNAG Session: Another Shade of Blue By Smith & Brewer

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Here are Smith and Brewer in our showroom playing their song "Another Shade of Blue" Smith and Brewer have a new album being released this year so keep an eye out for more details. If you would like to hear more from Smith & Brewer please click the link below.

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