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RECLUSIVE comic Dave Chappelle made a rare public appearance at B.B. King’s the other night during a performance by his pals, the politically conscious rappers Dead Prez.Page Six, The New York Post, Sept. 23, 2005.

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Dave Chappelle entertains at McArthur Court Thursday, Oregon Daily Emerald, Sept. 17, 2005.

Dave Chappelle Returns To Familiar Format, Soundslam.com, Sept. 14, 2005.


Dave Chappelle Happy to Be Working Clubs, AP/Washington Post, Sept. 13, 2005.

Dave Chappelle’s Hitting The Road, Nobodysmiling.com, Sept. 13, 2005.

Dave Chappelle Is Back Onstage: Comedian quietly launches stand-up tour., MTV.com, Sept. 12, 2005.

Dave Chappelle Has Fun In Comedy Club Standup Gig, AP/WCPO.com, Sept. 12, 2005.

Dave Chappelle set to appear at Convo Center, Echo Online, Sept. 12, 2005.

Dave Chappelle to appear in the Pavilion at the ARC, Th California Aggie, Aug. 22, 2005.


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