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Friday and Saturday Concerts > 6:00 pm dinner, no reservations needed
8:00 pm showtime
First Sunday Blues Brunch 12:00 pm to 3:00 pm

First Sunday Each Month

and Blues Jam Open Mic
• Philly Blues Society Meet-up
• featuring the Philly Blues Kings

FREE ADMISSION! 12:00 pm to 3:00 pm

Blues lovers and players have made Jamey's their home away from home, and know that this is the best place to come for some really good and inexpensive eats, fresh ground coffee and espresso, great music, and friendly people. The vibe is home-like and cool, and the sound is out of this world. Jamey's provides a full professional grade backline, so players only need to bring their instrument to jump up on stage and jam.

The open mic jam runs from noon to 2:00 pm, and the smoking hot Philly Blues Kings lays down a set from 2:00 to 3 pm.

The Philly Blues Society hosts the monthly meet-up where members new and old can come to play, eat, chat and enjoy a day soaked in the blues. Many guests also like to host gatherings or parties during the brunch, as there are tables and chairs for dining, and comfortable seats to listen to the music - and it does not cost them a thing to meet up there! Plus, it is wheelchair accessible, is BYOB, and has plenty of free local parking. Being right in the center of downtown Lansdowne, next to the train station, there is abundant public transportation as well.

Check out the mouth watering brunch menu on our menu page.

No reservations are needed. Just load up some friends and head on down!


Friday, November 22, 2019


An intimate evening of stories and song with Steve Katz, one of the seminal figures in modern rock and blues music, founding member of Blood, Sweat and Tears and the Blues Project, musician, author and producer.

Concert - $20 online advance / $25 door
Dinner - 6pm, Showtime - 8pm

Steve Katz’s professional career started in the late fifties on a local Schenectady, New York television program called Teenage Barn. Accompanied by piano, Steve would sing such hits of the day as “Tammy” and “April Love”. At 15, Steve studied guitar with Dave Van Ronk and Reverend Gary Davis. It was at this time that he met and befriended guitarist Stefan Grossman. Steve & Stefan would sometimes act as road managers for Reverend Davis and, in so doing, met many of the great “rediscovered” blues men of an earlier era, like Son House, Skip James and Mississippi John Hurt.

There were many other young musicians and potential college dropouts around Greenwich Village during this time who were as obsessed with American roots music as Steve, whether it be bluegrass or blues. Many would look for a common ground in which to play music together and some, including Steve, Stefan, Maria Muldaur, John Sebastian and David Grisman found the common denominator in jug band music – the music of Cannon’s Jug Stompers and The Memphis Jug Band. They and some other friends formed the Even Dozen Jug Band and were courted by Elektra Records for whom they recorded an album in 1964. Dwarfed by some of the finest young guitarists of the time, Steve opted to play washboard in the band. He would later use the same tactic of avoiding tough chords by mastering the harmonica.

After a brief sabbatical from college, Steve, while teaching guitar in Greenwich Village, was asked to audition for the Danny Kalb Quartet as a two-week substitute for the vacationing Artie Traum. Frightened by the power of the sound of an electric guitar and amp, Steve turned his volume to zero, thereby making no discernible mistakes. He got the job. Artie never came back, Al Kooper joined, and they had the Blues Project, a foray of young white middle-class musicians into the amplified world of Chicago blues. But they worked out of New York, and it was the mid-sixties, so the Blues Project experimented, dabbled in their own style and gave Steve an opportunity to showcase his own songs, as did Al and Danny. The Blues Project recorded three albums while together in their first incarnation. “Steve’s Song”, on the Projections album was the first original song that Steve had recorded.

The Blues Project, after two glorious years as house band at the Cafe Au Go Go and Murray the K’s last “submarine race-watching” spectacular at the the RKO 58th Street theater in New York, decided to break up, playing the Monterey Pop Festival as their last major gig. The Blues Project’s lasting contribution during its short life was to open the airwaves of radio to more album-oriented Rock. All attempts at singles failed but, like the consciousness of the era, people looked for alternatives in fashion, politics, lifestyles and musical tastes. The Blues Project gave people an alternative and, at the same time, made people aware of music that they might never have otherwise heard.

After the demise of the Blues Project, Steve, Al Kooper, Bobby Colomby and Jim Fielder decided to work up a set, mainly of Al’s new songs, for a benefit concert whereby enough money would be raised to send Al to London where he wanted to live. Joined by Fred Lipsius on alto sax, the concert raised enough money for Al to get a cab to the airport. There was no choice but to start another band. Influenced by the Electric Flag and an album by the Buckinghams entitled Time and Charges, a horn section was utilized with rock arrangements that were a touch more sophisticated than most horn arrangements in rock up to that time. Thus, the formation of Blood, Sweat & Tears, a Columbia Records contract, and the album Child is Father to the Man. Recorded and mixed in only two weeks, the album sold moderately well but was a huge critical success. Steve sang one original song (“Megan’s Gypsy Eyes”) and a song by his friend, the late Tim Buckley.

Al left Blood, Sweat & Tears after only six months and while they were reorganizing, Steve wrote record reviews for Eye Magazine, a Cosmopolitan spin-off. Getting the record company to continue with the band without Kooper was difficult. Auditions were held and David Clayton-Thomas was hired as lead singer. Columbia reluctantly agreed to go ahead with a new album. That album sold six million copies worldwide and fostered three number one singles, a major feat for 1969. Steve continued with Blood, Sweat & Tears for six years, during which time the group received a large number of accolades. They won three Grammies, were voted best band by the Playboy Jazz and Pop Poll two years in a row, and won three major Downbeat awards, to name a few. Steve wrote many songs during his tenure with BS&T, including his well-loved “Sometimes in Winter”.

In 1972 Steve met Lou Reed and they quickly became friends. After the commercial failure of Lou’s album Berlin, Steve was asked to produce his next record. Steve jumped at the opportunity to start a new career and produced Rock & Roll Animal and Sally Can’t Dance for Lou. After a number of productions during this period, including the wonderful Nightlights by Elliott Murphy, Steve wanted to return again to playing music.

Although American Flyer was not a performing band, it gave Steve another creative outlet in which to work and talented people to work with. Steve was joined by the prolific writer Eric Kaz, Craig Fuller from Pure Prairie League, and Doug Yule from The Velvet Underground. The first of their two albums was produced by George Martin who was interrogated constantly by Steve about his production techniques with The Beatles.

Steve was offered an opportunity to get closer to the business of music in 1977 with his appointment as East Coast Director of A&R and later as Vice President of Mercury Records. The highlight of the three years that Steve spent at Mercury was his being able to produce the great Irish group Horslips. Rather than sit in his office listening to 12-minute conga solos on disco demo tapes, Steve opted to spend a good deal of time in Ireland during this period and produced three albums for the group. As a New York A&R executive in Dublin, Steve had also passed on a young group by the name of U2, a decision that Steve would regret for the rest of his life.

It was during his visits to Ireland that Steve became enamored with all things Irish, especially the traditional music and Irish literature. Horslips had originally been an acoustic band that sang some of their songs in Gaelic, and the band members made Steve aware of great Irish traditional music. This awareness turned into obsession and in 1987, Steve became Managing Director of Green Linnet Records, the foremost record label of traditional Irish music in America. Steve stayed on at Green Linnet for five years, during which time he married his one true love, Alison Palmer, a ceramic artist.

As time passed, Alison’s craft achieved popularity and recognition. Alison and Steve soon found that they had a thriving small business. Steve recently released his first solo album, The Juggle. He still performs, does book talks, is a professional photographer, and has produced a memoir, published by Lyons Press. Steve and Alison live in Kent, Connecticut with their African Grey Parrots, TuTu and KuKu, their two dogs, Paco and Frankie, and the remains of their guinea pig, Sid.



Saturday, November 23, 2019


David Coppa's music is a contemporary salute to those great guitarists of the past from Chuck Berry to Jimi Hendrix. From original music to covers of many of the greats, this band will get everyone up and moving. If you want to rock and roll or catch some awesome hard core Blues licks you have come to the right place. Specializing in Texas Style Blues, this power trio brings it, time and again with crowd pleasing riffs you will literally "Boggie All Night" as one of David's songs is entitled.

Concert - $15 online advance / $18 door
Dinner - 6pm, Showtime - 8pm

Influenced by many artists and genres from Philadelphia’s diverse music scene, David Coppa’s music could be considered Post Modern Blues. He has played alongside Clarence Gatemouth Brown, Ronnie Earl, Marcia Ball, Johnny Clyde Copeland, Sonny Rhodes, Luther Guitar Junior Johnson, Bo Diddly and Lonnie Shields to name a few. This singer, songwriter and gutty guitarist has learned to take chances, and serve up a mix of musical flavors from Albert Collins to Chuck Berry to Jimmy Hendrix.

Scrapple has been seasoned with a rhythm section that has featured Pat Coppa on Bass and a plethora of proven percussionists on the pot & pans and newcomer Phil Cialini is currently in the kitchen. Coppa's own songs range from the fast paced, rockin’ “Boogie All Night” from his first CD,“Storm” to their anthem like, instrumental, “ Slow” from “make a change” and more traditional shuffles like “Mine All Mine”.

David Coppa & Scrapple have played Blues festivals from coast to coast and continue to play more intimate venues featuring his original music. His latest CD, is a live one with the late, Bluesman, James “Thunderbird” Ford. The CD, “Live N’ Long” captured their musical partnership over the years with some old classics and some of Ford’s compilations with Darryl Ray from Chubby Checker’s band and Tommy Conwell & The Little Kings on Sax.


Friday, November 29, 2019


"Best bluegrass I have heard in a long time! Can’t wait to hear them again."

"Best band I’ve ever heard by far!"

Concert - $15 online advance / $18 door
Dinner - 6pm, Showtime - 8pm

The Coal Cave Hollow Boys, based out of Columbus, Ohio, are known as a bluegrass band, yet they masterfully weave rock and classic country into their sound. They bring their high energy onslaught of flat picking guitar, mandolin chopping, banjo frenzied, bass filled sound to every show. 

In 2017, Lincoln Mash, lead singer and guitarist, teamed up with experienced regional musicians, Thomas Adams (mandolin) and Pete Mendenhall (bass), to establish the TCCHB. Mash started playing guitar at the age of 7 and his fast and flawless guitar picking will bring applause from any crowd. His vocals carry sounds seasoned beyond his years.

TCCHB have shared the stage with notable bands such as Billy Strings, Reverend Payton’s Big Damn Band, Restless Leg String Band, and Town Mountain


Saturday, November 30, 2019


Ska, Reggae and Roots - with killer horns

Concert - $15 online advance / $18 door
Dinner - 6pm, Showtime - 8pm

Adam Flymo Birch & The Vershons have been playing music since 2016 but band members have been making music for decades.

Adam is the trumpet player who started off backing Laurel Aitken with The Pressure Tenants and did stints with The Specials, The Toasters and scores of other bands.

The Vershons current lineup includes Frank Machos on tenor sax, Sean Patrick McCusker on the t-bone, Kristofer Matthew on guitar, Ben Parry on bass, Josh Parry on drums, and John Savan on keyboards and Hammond organ.


Friday, December 6, 2019


"Andrea’s voice is sultry, sweet, and playful, infusing the music with elements of earthy blues, retro jazz, and romantic swing. Her guitar is classical, adding elegance and intimacy. And her large repertoire is a mix of standards and originals, in the vein of the Great American Songbook and Parisian Chanson; audiences and critics rave about her performances around the USA and in Europe"

Concert - $15 online advance / $18 door
Dinner - 6pm, Showtime - 8pm

Singer, guitarist, and composer, Andrea Carlson burst onto the Delaware Valley music scene in 2009, winning the Philadelphia Songwriters Award for her song, "Cryin'". She followed with a completely original CD, “Drivin’ Myself Wild For You”, featuring another prize winner, "Mysterious Moon", and then her current CD, "Love Can Be So Nice" (with another honor for “Let Me Cook For You”), showcasing standards and originals in English and French. For the past seven summers, Andrea has gone on the road in Europe, playing a dozen countries and headlining at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival.

Stan Slotter is one of the most sought-after session musicians in the Delaware Valley, a trumpet player and flutist doubling on flugelhorn and alto flute, playing jazz (swing, straight ahead, Big Band, Latin, fusion, Avant Garde and Funk), Salsa, Klezmer and Middle eastern music. Stan’s musicality and versatility has made him a perfect complement to Andrea, in concert and in the studio (“Love Can Be So Nice” and her upcoming CD).

David Bopdrummer has been Andrea’s regular percussionist for six years, at home and abroad. He grew up playing in marching and symphonic bands, dance bands, (even garage bands), and adds elements of swing and bebop groove to Andrea’s unique compositions.

Born in Tennessee, Andrea has lived in California, Texas, Illinois, and Pennsylvania. She began singing jazz professionally in small groups and with a big band, while in high school. Performances then included opening for the great James Brown! She earned her degree in Classical Guitar at the Columbia Conservatory, before she left Chicago – first for Memphis and then the east coast. Today, often heard with her Love Police, she is one of the busiest singers in the greater Philadelphia and mid-Atlantic region. Andrea’s third CD is currently in production at MorningStar Studios, where Grammy Award-winning engineer Glenn Barratt has overseen her previous albums as well. Appearing at Jamey’s with players from those sessions, she will perform her favorite songs, both new and previously released.


Saturday, December 7, 2019



A night for lovers of all things guitar, with three fantstic groups, featuring Dave Weiner - guitarist for the Steve Vai Band for 20 years and his proteges, who have broken out in their own right as fierce players.

Concert - $15 online advance / $18 door
Dinner - 6pm, Showtime - 8pm

Established in 2008, Visible At Night is a trio Fusion band based in Philadelphia, PA.

The three members are:
Guitar: Dave Weiner (Steve Vai band, solo artist),
Drums: Mike Kernicky (Countdown to Ecstasy, Rob Balducci Band)
Bass: Rob Smith (Disciples of Groove, Zeroesque, The Endless March)

V@N’s music is a mix of Jazz, Funk, Blues, Rock and more.
From the start, the band‘s identity has been steeped in improvisation. The purpose is simple: write fun, challenging music but be inspired by what the moment brings to organically alter and explore. This improv-based culture breeds fresh versions of V@N’s music on a gig-to-gig basis and keeps their fans excited to attend shows and hear what happens!

Visit V@N on your favorite social media: FB/TW/IG/YT: visibleatnight


Dante Frisiello is a guitarist and composer whose music incorporates catchy melodies, hooks, and energetic riffs within a rock context. His music is primarily instrumental, and includes complex synth/sound layering, expressive guitar solos, and intricate string arrangements.

The live trio, features Alex Weber on bass and Jonathan Matloff on drums.


Elizabeth Cannon is a rising guitar force in the DC music scene. Pairing bluesy B.B. King styled licks along with contemporary guitar leads, her technique and songwriting encases strong melodies with a modern twist. Elizabeth began playing guitar at the age of 12 after being inspired by the soloing skills of Jimmy Page. Ten years later, she finds herself constantly fascinated by learning all she can about numerous guitar styles, including neoclassical, blues, funk, and rock. Her music blends all her stylistic influences together to create one hard rock and roll show. She began songwriting her own original music with her alter-ego act, Elizabeth II, back in 2017 and plays around the DMV on a regular basis.


Friday, December 13, 2019


Crossover Jazz, Folk & Fusion vocalist Jean Lenke has been creating diverse music in the Philadelphia area for many years and will launch her first album project, RESTLESS, this December at Jamey’s House of Music in Lansdowne, Philadlephia, PA

Concert - $15 online advance / $18 door
Dinner - 6pm, Showtime - 8pm

Jean Lenke’s CD Release Concert! Jean Therapy Jazz

Crossover Jazz, Folk & Fusion vocalist Jean Lenke has been creating diverse music in the Philadelphia area for many years and will launch her first album project, RESTLESS, this December at Jamey’s House of Music in Lansdowne, Philadelphia, PA.

Inspired by classic Jazz, Be Bop & Folk artists and musical genres that span Jazz, Folk, & Fusion, Jean has a magical voice, creative approach, and always presents an eclectic mix of music; familiar, yet slightly off center.

“Everything I know about music, I learned here. Philly taught me to sing, to write, and to fly free. When I realized I was moving west to Seattle, I knew I had to record my experiences here, before I left. Sometimes you just need to get off the couch and go for it!”

RESTLESS is as diverse as Jean is, including original material by Jean, Philly songwriters James Soloman and Danie Ocean, and Canadian pianist David R. Miller, as well as classic standards and new interpretations of Joni Mitchel, Steely Dan and June Carter Cash favorites! Recorded at Morning Star Studios, Jean and her studio team have created a unique experience, infuse with rhythm & energy. Studio musicians include Tom Lawton on keys, Fostina Dixon, sax, Kevin Hanson, guitar, Jim Stager, bass & Erik Johnson on drums.

“Home at Last is an enchanting masterpiece that will take Steely Dan & Jazz lovers on a wonderful ride!”

Jean looks forward to returning to Philly to share this intimate part of herself with you all. Please join us!

Concert musicians will include Tom Lawton on keys and Fostina Dixon on sax, as well as former Jean Therapy musicians Tom Glenn, guitar, George Livanos, bass, John Ciliberto, drums … & more Spacial Guests to come!

Everyone needs a little ~ Jean Therapy!


Saturday, December 14, 2019


Philly's best loved and longest running blues band is back!

Concert - $15 online advance / $18 door
Dinner - 6pm, Showtime - 8pm

In 1985, five young, local musicians got together and began playing old blues songs in a rambling three-story house in Philadelphia. They decided to take the act on the road as The Dukes of Destiny, a name they got from a matchbook cover urging the reader to “Be the Captain of Your Own Destiny.” At first, The Dukes of Destiny played house parties in Germantown, generating interest by word of mouth. A gig at the now-defunct Taker’s Café in Germantown launched their public career, and 30 years later, they are still playing some of the hottest, most danceable blues and old school soul in the Philadelphia area. Today The Dukes of Destiny reign as Philadelphia’s longest-lived and best loved blues act. Featuring John Colgan-Davis, Arlyn Wolters, Rich Curtis, Bob Holden, "Chicago" Carl Snyder and Ian Lander.


Friday, December 20, 2019


Three longtime friends and fixtures in the east-coast music world will team up for a rare performance - and a night that promises to be one for the history books!

Concert - $15 online advance / $18 door
Dinner - 6pm, Showtime - 8pm

David Mowry is the father of the father and son Roots Americana duo, sometimes quartet and sometimes quintet, Beaucoup Blue. It is no exaggeration to call David one of the hidden gems of American roots music, with musical beginnings in Woodstock playing alongside many of the biggest names in the industry. His terse playing and supple slide work on guitar are unmistakeable, and his gravelly voice is tinged with grunts and velvet overtones. David may be one of the finest musicians in the USA who has managed to fly under the radar for his entire career - largely due to his humility and desire to eschew the limelight and vacuous siren song of the music biz.

He teams up with long time associates and stellar musicians Dale Melton of the Melton Brothers and keyboardist for Lili Anel, plus Bill Zinno, one of the premier bassists in the Philadelphia tri-state area. Dale is well known to fans for his explosive piano and organ work and trademark fedora hiding his face as he strides along the keyboard. Bill brings many years of professional performance on the double bass gained as an orchestral and jazz bassist and sideman for numerous popular music groups.

This show presents predominately original music that David has been, with the help of Dale and Bill, exploring for years and represents another side of David from the work he’s done with his son Adrian. These first rate veterans promise a night of music that will have the critics raving. It is about time for the music world to take note of this exceptionally fine player and songwriter, and his able sidemen.

Saturday, December 21, 2019


The region's baddest blues guitar slinger is coming to town...

Concert - $15 online advance / $18 door
Dinner - 6pm, Showtime - 8pm

Tommy Froelich is a multi-talented musician..singer, song writer, and guitar player from Chester County PA. His diverse writing style is inspired from his passion for classic old-school blues and good ole rock-n-roll. He captivates audiences with his smooth, soulful, bluesy playing style. Tommy’s love for the guitar started at the age of 12 and hasn't stopped since. For over 25 years he's played in multiple bands (country, rock, and blues) performing at local clubs, festivals, fund raising events, and much more in the Philadelphia area. His band, the Tommy Froelich Trio was the 2015-2016 House Band for Philadelphia’s classic rock radio station, 102.9 WMGK. Among the many shows performed are: The World Café Live in Wilmington, the Paoli Blues Festival, Phoenixville Blues Festival, Philadelphia's 2nd Street Festival, as well as many corporate and other special events for 102.9 MGK including: the annual Brew Blast on the Battleship NJ, Big Bad Bonfire, and performed at MGK's Big Gig at the BB&T Pavilion featuring Joe Walsh & Bad Company in June 2016.

Tommy's debut album "Roads Less Traveled" was released on June 3, 2016 containing 12 original tracks crossing genres from blues to rock'n roll & country influences. It was recorded at Noisy Little Critter in Thorndale, PA. Several songs from this album have been played on 93.7 WSTW’s Hometown Heroes radio
show. He released an EP called "Time Well Spent" in May 2017, which was recorded at Philly Sound Studios in Philadelphia, PA. Tommy has been a featured guest on Wilmington’s 93.7 WSTW Hometown Heroes local music radio show where he and his band mates performed a few of Tommy’s originals live on air.

Along with the Trio, Tommy has expanded the band with additional seasoned players to offer a variety of stellar lineups. The result is truly powerful guitar driven performances overflowing with soulful energy you won't soon forget!


Saturday, December 28, 2019


Acoustic, foot stomping, old time, ragtime, anytime music guaranteed to bring a smile.

Concert - $15 online advance / $18 door
Dinner - 6pm, Showtime - 8pm

The Philadelphia Jug Band traces its roots to the Second Philadelphia Folk Festival where two of the band members as high school kids heard Jim Kweskin and the Jug Band for the first time. We never turned back! At that time there was an explosion of jug band music that was a fun-filled, irreverent offshoot of the massive folk revival. There was a lot of great material to draw from, and we soaked it up. From the beginning, our best venue was the festival. Before there was camping, we camped. Once there was camping, we would play and welcome any and all to join. The Jug Band Campsite has grown as our families and friends have expanded, and is one of the “must stop” places for festers doing a “walk about”. There is a parade of great musicians through each night – and always a surprise or two. Our fest roots have led to many other opportunities at festivals and venues but in the end, the greatest love of the band is the Philadelphia Folk Festival and its awesome campground.



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"We just bought a house in Lansdowne to be closer to Jamey's"

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The Lightyears: "Jamey’s House of Music is in our top 3 all time venues to play along side The 02 Arena & Marquee Club, London"

"Jamey Reilly couldn't possibly have created a finer oasis for musicians to perform. It's really a gem. SERIOUSLY! Everybody try and get a date there!!! (Just leave some room for us because we're definitely going back!!!)"

"Last night we debuted at Jamey Reilly’s Jamey’s House of Music. Jamey has outdone himself. He has an incredible backline, and the sound, which he engineers is exquisite. Working with Jamey helps make performing seamless. He knows what he is doing and is an excellent communicator. He is also a musician, which helps a great deal (the man has ears). The food at this venue is incredible. The flavor-I can’t begin to find the words to express how excellent it is. If you have not been to Jamey’s House of Music, get down there, catch a show. Get there early and enjoy the amazing cuisine. It will blow your mind."

"This small room is by far the best sounding music venue I've ever experienced. It's a truly exceptional labor of love..."

"THE place to Jam!!! Jamey is the man, the myth, the legend. Great equipment & exceptional drum set."

"We've played every kind of venue imaginable on several world tours, and I have to tell you that this is probably the best venue we have ever played. It's simply brilliant. Thank you for everything done to perfection."

"I tell everyone about Jamey and Jamey's House of Music. Everyone in Nashville knows about this place. I play some of the best rooms in the world, like the Bluebird, Douglas Corner, Third and Lindsley, places with great sound systems, and nothing beats the sound in this room. ...This is my favorite place to play in the whole world."

"The sound is absolutely perfect. I could hear every note of every instrument. Just incredible."

I'm a "venue snob" and this place is AWESOME ! Cozy, intimate, acoustically A+, comfy seating, bathroom is spotless, people are warm & friendly ... can't wait to return !

"Best. Venue. Ever."

"... a dream performance space. Perfect acoustics, top quality production values, a visually lovely setting, and an overall aesthetic ambience that, like a tea ceremony, lifts every gesture to it's highest level. It's perfection, both for the audience and the performers."

"Totally going again soon! A++++++!!!"

"I can't even explain how delicious everything was."

"One word. ..incredible!"

"Awesome food..."

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