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Band Outlines Bold Plan

Band Outlines Bold Plan


Publication Date: Wednesday January 24, 2001
Artist: Die Cast
Venue: Bank Hotel
Event Date: Saturday 27/1/2001

Newcastle-based original rock band DIE CAST is forging ahead with a bold plan to dominate the Hunter music scene. The four-piece group, playing at the Bank Hotel on Saturday night, has only been playing together for six months. But according to its objectives, laid out in a publicity statement, ...

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Getting into the groovy suit

Getting into the groovy suit


Publication Date: Wednesday January 24, 2001
Artist: Jacuzzi Suit
Venue: Club Phoenix
Event Date: Saturday 27/1/2001

From the moment they hit the stage JACUZZI SUIT is into it, letting fly with infectious grooves and palpable energy. Jacuzzi Suit will perform at Phoenix on Saturday night their hybrid of funk, soul and grooves with percussion, brass and great vocals. Jacuzzi Suit cooks up a storm using ...

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Out of sight . . .

Out of sight . . .


Publication Date: Wednesday January 24, 2001
Artist: Out of sight
Venue: The Cambridge Hotel
Event Date: Thursday 25/1/2001

Out of sight with the new single Frisco Disco 'sleazing it's way to the top' through the radio and TV airwaves at the moment, and the new album Latvian Lovers 'about to maladjust the discontents', Not From There get back to where it counts: on the dancefloor! ...

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Big Band's Fortunes on an Upswing

Big Band's Fortunes on an Upswing


Publication Date: Wednesday January 24, 2001
Artist: Earthquacke Big Band
Venue: Belmont Sportsmans Club
Event Date: Saturday 27/1/2001

AFTER its very first gig at The Entrance last year, Central Coast's EARTHQUACKE BIG BAND was invited to perform less than a month later during the Olympic Torch Relay. The 18-member group, playing on Saturday, January 27, at the Belmont Sportsmans Club, was formed after band leader, drummer ...

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Duo will Put New Spin on Old Favourites

Duo will Put New Spin on Old Favourites


Publication Date: Wednesday January 24, 2001
Artist: Paul Killingly
Venue: Speers Point RSL Club
Event Date: Saturday 27/1/2001

MUSIC from the 1950s is still so strong among baby boomers that one of Australia's longest-running revival bands from the 1970s Ol'55 is attracting as strong a following as ever. Two members of the group, Central Coast-based musicians PAUL KILLINGLY and ROSS NELSON, perform 'about ...

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Playing it for the Punters

Playing it for the Punters


Publication Date: Wednesday January 24, 2001
Artist: Mick Freeman
Venue: Cessnock Supporters Club
Event Date: Saturday 27/1/2001
Author: Anthony Scully

FOR almost 20 years MICK FREEMAN has entertained audiences at pubs and clubs, observing the changes in drinking patterns, social trends and musical tastes. But the soloist, playing this weekend at Cessnock Rugby League Supporters Club, reckons the entertainment requirements of punters have ...

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Natural-Born Storytellers

Natural-Born Storytellers


Publication Date: Wednesday January 24, 2001
Artist: Jonah's Pride
Venue: The Cambridge Hotel
Event Date: Friday 26/1/2001

BLUE Mountains musical partners HEATHER CHAFFEY and DE GREER have escaped a strict religious upbringing with their pride intact. The band they formed, JONAH'S PRIDE, draws parallels between the biblical story of Jonah and the whale, where Jonah defies God because of his pride. 'We ...

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Sorrows Drop in for One Rare Gig

Sorrows Drop in for One Rare Gig


Publication Date: Wednesday January 24, 2001
Artist: The Black Sorrows
Venue: The Star Hotel
Event Date: Saturday 27/1/2001

CHART-TOPPING Melbourne group THE BLACK SORROWS will drop in to the Star Hotel on Sunday to perform a rare show on the way back from the Tamworth Country Music Festival. Formed in the early 1980s and fronted by the irrepressible JOE CAMILLERI, the Black Sorrows have released 12 albums in 15 ...

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Trial Gig May Launch Stellar Career in Country

Trial Gig May Launch Stellar Career in Country


Publication Date: Wednesday January 24, 2001
Artist: Julie Wilson

NEWCASTLE singer JULIE WILSON will showcase brand new country material from a completed album for record industry movers and shakers in Tamworth tomorrow night. Wilson, whose voice bears an uncanny resemblance to KD LANG, recently completed a debut full-length CD with Newcastle producer and ...

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