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September 19, 2007

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James

Glad he's back but his guitar licks sort of bite.

Martin Calle

Well, this IS how Stew Leonard got started up in Norwalk, CT. Cops used to roust him from selling eggs out of the back of his station wagon on the side of route 7 to moms taking commuter dads to their train stations. Now Stew Leonard's in the Guiness Book of World Records for running the world's largest dairy store. Give Vlad a chance.

sharon

My daughter and i were wondering where he went? we were actually worried the other day. She's only 7 but a guitar player/lover all ready, and loves listening Vlad. We'll have to go thank the boys at Dan's...

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