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Kate Nash gives Buffy twist to concert
Now there's another link, as the music instruments player Kate Nash has something of a Buffy event on the way this month.
The famed songstress behind tracks like Foundations is going to be taking to the Hackney Picturehouse for the occasion, reports the NME.
The Halloween event (which will take place on October 31st) is, not surprisingly, a concert from the star.
But it has a Buffy twist – presumably with a flavour of the show, that boasted the likes of How I Met Your Mother's Alyson Hannigan, Sarah Michelle Geller and Antony Stewart Head among its cast.
Nash's past LPs are My Best Friend Is You and Made of Bricks.
Published by KT.Posted on 12 Oct 2012 12:02 to category : Band / Celebrity News
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