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Joseph O'Meara - Duo | Boston, Massachusetts

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Country: United States
Based In: Boston, Massachusetts
Performs: Worldwide
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Highhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Pgoqiea7bks High quality vocals and musical arrangements, covering classics and modern songs; performed with beautiful style.
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