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BEATBOX BOSSES!
Watch Sound and Vision streaming live here:
With Beth Redmond Walsh and beatboxer, Ruben
Wednesday, January 20th 
8PM to 8:27PM

Watch Sound and Vision on vimeo.com/channels/svcambridge

Beth Redmond Walsh, Executive Producer
Sound and Vision
More BEATBOX LINKS for your listening pleasure.  
See them here:  
Best Beatboxer in the World  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LeBiXBic3sE


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