Legendary Musician Dion in Conversation with Steven Van Zandt
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This was a great evening. Dion is a delightful talker, and he had many musical and personal stories that were interesting to hear. He punctuated the talk with some musical teases on the guitar. Van Zandt is a colorful guy. Enjoyed the night...continued
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