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Dance Party Double Up

Dance Party Double Up

What: Midnite Soul Dance Party
Where: The Cambridge Hotel
When: Saturday February 3, 2001

HIP HOP and soul DJs DENNIS KIMANI and TOMMY LEUNG will return to The Cambridge Hotel on Saturday, February 3, for another MIDNITE SOUL dance party. About 80 punters took part in the first outing on December 16 and twice that number turned up to do it all again on January 6. Entry is $5, beginning at 10.30pm and finishing late. TE has five double passes to MIDNITE SOUL to give away. To go in the draw enter on-line at www.nnp.com.au. Winners will be notified by telephone on Thursday before 1pm.


LAKE Cathie blues band GHOST ROAD will be less travelled over the next 12 months. Guitarist and vocalist BEAU BENNETT will take the high road to Europe to travel for 12 months after Easter, leaving his guitarist and vocalist brother STEVE BENNETT, bass playing father ROSS BENNETT and drummer BRODIE YONON to continue alone. Ghost Road will perform on Saturday, February 3, and Saturday, March 10, at the Nag's Head, Beau's last gig for a year.


CANBERRA hip hop exponents TERIYAKI GRANDCHILD will spice up the stage at The Cambridge Hotel on Friday, February 2, with Newcastle's HEAD POPPIN FATTNESS. Teriyaki Grandchild is in Newcastle to record its second album with Newcastle engineer MARK TINSON. The new album is seen as a fresh direction for the band after a successful 2000, which saw them play the PEPSI SZIGET FESTIVAL in Budapest, Hungary with some of the world's largest acts such as OASIS, BAD RELIGION, BLOODHOUND GANG and APOLLO 440.

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