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Gov. Martin O'Malley's Irish rock band, O'Malleys March, has already sold out the early show for Saturday night in Baltimore, and by Thursday they'd sold three-fourths of the 200-person floor space in the Creative Alliance for the late show, the venue said.
Earlier in the day, his political action committee O'Say Can You See sent out an invitation to the St. Patrick's Day show, which costs $25 a head. Proceeds benefit the Creative Alliance, which advertised the show as "some Celtic fury."
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The shows were billed as having "The Govn’r .. out front with acoustic guitar, occasional penny whistle and vocals."