American rock band Dr. Hook perform at Vicar Street

Dr. Hook and Ray Sawyer - Legendary 70's American rock band Dr. Hook, featuring 77 year old Ray Sawyer, perform at Vicar Street with a surprise guest singer, x factor entrant Melanie McCabe, in Dublin at x factor - Dublin, Ireland - Monday 27th October 2014 (8 Pictures)


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