See the Invisible

Invisible Friend (pictured) used to be known as Bedlam. Now a four-piece outfit, the name change has brought them good fortune and, ironically, increased visibility with a high profile presence at the last Dolphin Awards night.

Theyll start this year with a series of live shows where the audience can enjoy their tasty blend of funk, soul and blues with just a pinch of jazz, pop and rock. Hold the classical.

Invisible Friend will perform at the Beach Hotel in Byron next Friday, February 10.

Their first album Cosmic Breakdown, which is available in stores and online at www.mp3.com.au/bedlam, showcases the bands musical journey a journey that has taken them to Europe (including the UK) where they performed for nearly three years (with breaks for sleeping and eating of course). They are working on their follow-up CD.

The gig starts at 9pm.

Freebie: The Echo has two copies of Cosmic Breakdown to give away to two lucky readers. To go in the draw to win phone 6622 2888 between 10.15 & 10.30 next Monday, February 6, and tell us if England is part of a) the Commonwealth, b) Britain, c) Europe, or d) all of the previous.


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