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Singer and songwriter Cass Eager from Bondi Beach in Sydney will bring her style of acoustic soul to the Urban Caf in Bangalow this Friday, February 17. Her husky, intimate voice has travelled to East Timor five times and to the USA. She is both passionate and compassionate. Her voice exposes her heart and theyre both big. The gig starts at 6.30pm.

Uni is starting again. And what better way to get the brain cells pumping than with a gig from Resin Dogs? (Maybe plenty of herbal tea and an early night...) The Dogs are barking at the SCU Uni Bar in Lismore next Tuesday, February 21, from 7pm. Tickets are $20/10 and available from Campus Central reception. For more info phone 6627 6888.

The Love Bus, winners of Album Of The Year and New Recording Talent at the 2005 Dolphin Awards, are headlining at the Great Northern Hotel in Byron this Sunday, February 19, supported by local blues and roots artist Marshall. Songwriter Felicity Burdett and the band are getting behind the Sea Shepherd Conservation Society who have been trying to stop whaling in the Southern Ocean (Go, you good things!) by donating $10 from each copy of Going With The Flow sold at the gig.

This Sunday, February 19, Andrea Soler and The Common Thread will spread their musical magic around when they perform at the Sphinx Rock Caf at Mt Burrell (on the MBah-Kyogle Road) from 1pm. Theyll share the stage with singer/songwriter Nadia Sunde, a folkie from the Gold Coast, as well as other guests throughout the afternoon.


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