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Lets Get Hot & Go - Dave Stuckey And The Hot House Gang - Howm I Doin?! (CD, Album)

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    I finally got my hands on the long-awaited album from Dave Stuckey and the Hot House Gang, released on September 1st !It’s called “How’m I Doin’?!” which sounds like something Dave would actually ask in the middle of a packed gig with sincere humility.
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