Bollywood Brass Band

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‘The Bollywood Brass Band is one of the rare examples of Western contemporary culture being influenced by the East. It is also, beyond the sheer fun and pleasure of their performances, a genuine functioning example of cultural exchange between peoples living in the UK.'

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