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That was the Quo month that was ... January 2004

25th - Quo featured on "Mail On Sunday" free CD

The "Mail On Sunday" included a free CD with its January 25th edition. Quo kicked off the CD by way of track 1 being "Down Down", in all its album version glory. Other tracks on the CD included "Whiskey In The Jar", "Ain't Seen Nothin Yet" and "Sweet Home Alabama".

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29th - Jeff Rich Masterclass article in Bournemouth Daily Echo

A recent Jeff Rich Masterclass for Bethany Junior School, held in Boscombe, received coverage in the Bournemouth Daily Echo newspaper. This was a very large class, containing all 341 kids from the school. Read the article - which includes a great photo of Jeff - by clicking here.

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31st - The Toothpaste Factory & The Mods gig at The Boom Boom Club, Sutton

Rhino's sons' band, The Toothpaste Factory, played as the support act to The Mods at The Boom Boom Club in Sutton on Saturday 31st January. Max and Freddie Edwards, on drums and rhythm guitar respectively, were joined by Peter Riley (lead guitar and vocals) and Matthew Starritt (on bass). The Mods, as ever, were fronted by Johnny Warman.

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