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Fugee Reunion

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Do you remember where you were the first time the Fugees blew up? Their Roberta Flack redo of Killing Me Softly stills reminds this Laister of high school days. Well they've been around since, doing their thang. Separate music careers, attempts at movie careers (Bullworth anyone?) but as most great groups do when they break apart - well eventually they get back together. For the love of the music! Oh the collaboration, the inspiration! Ok, ok - maybe a little bit for the money.

Regardless, if out of true kindness to their fans or as a Grammy-week plea to get noticed, Verizon Wireless is sponsoring a free reunion concert next Monday, February 6th. Signup on theirwebsite now (the first 1000 to respond get a ticket good for two admissions). The concert will be held at Hollywood and Vine.

Don't feel like battling traffic or crowds and have a Verizon phone? You can Vcast the whole performance live. Well, isn't that special.

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