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New Breed Novice fighters will ROCK to the sounds of Scorpion Jack on their way to ring on April 13th at the Holiday Inn Belfast 2014
New Breed Novice fighters will ROCK to the sounds of Scorpion Jack on their way to ring on April 13th at the Holiday Inn Belfast 2014

New Breed Fighters Get ready to ROCK

TOMORROW Kickboxers set for ProKick's Easter Fight Special Eggs-Travaganza event scheduled for tomorrow Sunday April 13th at the Holiday Inn Belfast will get some help to hit all the right notes when Acoustic folk rock sensation 'Scorpion Jack' will play them into the ring. Over 40 fighters dubbed the 'New Breed' will be played into the ring with LIVE music on the afternoon of April 13th 2014. The duo band will rock the house when they raise the roof with their own brand of acoustic folk rock and it's for all the fighters and fight-fans alike.

Scorpion Jack are an acoustic folk rock duo. Gigging regularly, the duo have released another new Album, which will be available the New Breed event on April 13th 2014

"We always like to bring something different to our events," said Billy Murray. "It's not just a fight-night, well day - that we run, we've had lots of different acts from singers to stand-ups comedians, fire-eaters, pop stars, to TV celebrities - so here they are again, the next instalment - 'Scorpion Jack' an acoustic folk rock duo who went down a storm at our St Patrick's Day event 4 years ago and I believe will go down a bigger one this time - because this time they will play the fighters into the ring!"

A recent music critic stated "The talented pair are getting ready for a summer of festivals that brings relentless touring, they are promoting anew sound which is fresh and exciting."

For further information check out their website http://www.scorpionjackmusic.com


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