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Lost and Found: 'Live at the Square'

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This next letter is about the hallowed, now defunct Miami rock venue, Washington Square.

"I used to live in Miami around 93/94, and I use to go see shows at the Square. I had the live disc, I was wondering if there is a way to get my hands on some of the those live album compilations.

Please Help."

Our writer also elaborates:

"I am looking for the 92 – 94 period. There were these guys, Zack, and Rob. They were putting out some great acoustic stuff at the time."

Anyone dig what he's talking about and have any info, e-mail me! -- Arielle Castillo

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