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No Dollar Shortage for Young Punk Fans



Who: One Dollar Short, Draw The Line, Seraph's Coal, Creeping Jesus
Where: The Palais
Author: Jade Lazerevic
When: Thursday October 4, 2001

UNDERAGE fans of Central Coast punksters One Dollar Short can look forward to a huge gig at the Palais Royale on Thursday night.

One Dollar Short have been touring the country performing tracks from the Press and Hold which was released in August.

They completed a national tour with Bodyjar recently and lead singer Scott E. Woods said the band plans to release their debut album early next year.

Scott said the album deals with issues on a more personal level and lyrics would be much darker.

'A lot of the tracks are happy and positive and all that sort of thing, but this EP's got a couple of darker tracks on it,' Scott said.

The gig will also feature local act Draw The Line, Seraph's Coal and Creeping Jesus. Draw The Line were added to the line-up after they played a series of excellent shows with One Dollar Short earlier this year.

Tickets the the show are available from The Rock Shop, Beaumont St Beat and Rumours Clothing Company for $11 or $14 at the door.

The show will continue from 6pm to 10pm.



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