Juin 222018
 

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Guy Pearce joins Denis Walter ahead of his new album launch
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Internationally successful actor and accomplished pianist, guitarist, singer and songwriter Guy Pearce has opened up about writing his latest album, in a particularly difficult period in his life. Pearce joined Denis Walter in the studio ahead of the


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