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Butch Leake (The Drifters)

July 24, 2018

Butch Leake joined The Drifters in 1970 and was an integral part of their finest hour.  Through the 1970s The Drifters produced hit after hit and became a household name.

Butch chooses the music for the show and tells us about the forthcoming 40th anniversary concert of The Drifters Legends at the O2 Indigo Room on September 20th featuring 4 original recording Drifters, certainly a night not to be missed.

You can get news, events, merchandise and so much more at The Drifters Legends Clubhouse 

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