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This Is Not Shatner's Bassoon... Really!

The band Shatner's Bassoon is so incredibly popular that they've inspired a tribute band called Shansa Barsnaan, seen here covering their idols. Really. You can believe us on this.

by Jon Davis, Published 2018-04-03


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Related artist(s): Shatner's Bassoon

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