Three bands, two goodbyes and a beer

The Lismore Stompers will be one of the three bands performing at the Lismore City Bowlo this Sunday. Pietro Fine and Phil Small (left and right), who are leaving the area, will play in all three outfits. Poor old Davey Rankin (centre) is not leaving so he only gets to play in two bands. Sniff.

This Sunday, January 21, the Lismore Jazz Club presents a farewell gig for local jazz stalwarts Phil Small and Pietro Fine at the Lismore City Bowling Club from 2-6.30pm.

Therell be three bands the Lismore Stompers, the Clarence Jazzmen and the Phil Morris Small Band.

Actually, no-one really knows when Phil is off to the mother country and Pietro heads to Melbourne for some hot weather, but its a damn fine excuse to hear these coolest of jazz combos do their swing thing in the comfortable surrounds of the Lismore City Bowlo (where the beer is cold and the... ).

Anyway, therell be a huge all-in jam at the end of the gig. Yum. Entry is $8/5.

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