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Punkers Put Foot Down

Punkers Put Foot Down

Who: Guttermouth, Dog Buoy, Jason Donovan, Enema Explosion
Where: The Cambridge Hotel
When: Sunday October 11, 1998

SOUTHERN Californian punk band GUTTERMOUTH will display its prowess at driving (swiftly) on the left side of the road this Sunday, when the group hightails it up the Pacific Highway towards Newcastle after a gig at Lake Macquarie.

The band will perform an all-ages show at Swansea Workers Club, which begins at 4pm and finishes at 7pm, before hitting the frog-and-toad for an over-18s gig at the New Cambridge Hotel at 8pm.

Supporting the group will be JASON DONOVAN ENEMA EXPLOSION and DOG BUOY. Guttermouth rode the coat tails of the kiddy-punk revival in the early 1990s when their mate DEXTER HOLLAND, lead singer from THE OFFSPRING, launched his own record label NITRO RECORDS. The profile of The Offspring, and the fact that Guttermouth was the first band on the label, helped the band take off in the US.

TE has a copy of GUTTERMOUTH LIVE FROM THE PHARMACY to give away. To go in the draw send an envelope, with your name, address and telephone number on the back, to GUTTERMOUTH GIVEAWAY, PO Box 200, Newcastle, 2300. TE

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