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    WAM Feb23-24 Interview - The Freels

    Traditional music - the next generation! That's what the critics are saying about The Freels, an enthusiastic young group, with the emphasis on young - two of the members study at Memorial and the other two are still in high school. The Freels consists of Anthony Chafe, Maria Peddle, Danny Mills and Andrew Fitzgerald. Danny and Andrew join Mack for a chat.

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