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Sunday, 30 January 2011 23:02
Vince Vance’s Holds Annual 39th Birthday Party Bash In New Orleans
 

Stephen Sabludowsky--Publisher of Bayoubuzz.comI am 39, again.

Vince Vance, who composed a music video called “I am New Orleans” which has received tremendous acclaim since in release in August 2010 has celebrated his 39th birthday, once again.

In fact, it appears that the international showman has been celebrating the 39th annually for an unspecified number of years and counting.

The event was held at Rock N Bowl in New Orleans on Saturday night.

A mixture of big-named New Orleans musical talent and some of the greatest names from the musical days-past filled the stage and absolutely thrilled the audience.

Vance’s birthday was a New Orleans gumbo of spicy yet tasty “oldies and newdies”—just the way yo mama made it for decades making you want to come back for more.

So, have a taste by looking at the Bayoubuzz video and photos of the birthday event, below.  

 

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