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Angry's Damn Fine Band Volunteers a Helping Hand

Angry's Damn Fine Band Volunteers a Helping Hand



Who: Angry Anderson, Black Label, Ghost Road, The Bellhops
Where: Museum Hotel
When: Saturday April 7, 2001

Rocker and activist Angry Anderson will lead The Damn Fine Band at a charity concert on April 7 in Newcastle.

Three other Sydney hard rock bands will play, including Black Label, Ghost Road and the Bellhops. The show will be at Club Nova Newcastle. Proceeds of the evening will go to the now independent Newcastle Volunteer Centre, who provide volunteers to groups such as the Stockton Centre, City Mission, The Samaritans and the Volunteer Coastguard.

Volunteer centre spokesman Alan Metcalf said it was in dire need of support since government funding to the organisation ceased last year.

'In the past the group was run by Hunter Health, but now we are a fully independent charity organisation,' he said.

The show starts at 7.30pm.

Tickets are available for $18 from Sanity Records in Maitland, Raymond Terrace and Wallsend or at the venue.



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