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Neo-swing Kings Fire up For Fanny's

Neo-swing Kings Fire up For Fanny's



Who: The Royal Crown Review
Where: Fanny's
Author: Jade Lazerevic
When: Wednesday November 7, 2001

THE fathers of the neo-swing movement are making their way to Fanny's for what is shaping up to be the funkiest show in Newcastle this year.

Direct from California, Royal Crown Revue will perform in a swinging set with The Porkers on November 7.

After 12 years together, Royal Crown Revue continue to pioneer the ska scene and will release a new live album to celebrate the tour.

'The new live album was recorded at the Hi-Fi Bar in Melbourne on the last two nights of the last tour,' drummer Danny Glass said. 'So we are releasing the album to coincide with the tour.'

'It's to say thank you to our Australian fans, who are very loud and lively.'

Royal Crown Revue has performed in Newcastle four times and were last here in 2000.

'The audiences in Newcastle are great and they are a bit drunken.'

TE has five double passes to giveaway to the show.

Enter online at www.nnp.com.au or send an envelope with your name, address and phone on the back to Royal Giveaway, PO Box 615, Newcastle, 2300.



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