Butterflies to affect Lismore

The Butterfly Effect means that a chord riff played in Lismore can have repercussions all around the world. You can hear that chord riff and feel the repercussions when The Butterfly Effect play in Lismore next Thursday.

Theyre one of Australias hardest working bands having played over 300 gigs around the country. Theyve sold over 45,000 records in this wide, greenhousing land and 10,000 in Europe. They have just released their second long player IMAGO, which slammed into the ARIA charts at No. 2 with the first single A Slow Descent debuting at No. 9.

Theyre playing at Mary Gilhooleys Pub in Lismore next Thursday, August 31.

Who are they?

They are The Butterfly Effect.

These hard rockers began their music odyssey in 2001 emerging from the Brisbane underground hard rock scene. Years of touring both here and overseas has seen The Butterfly Effect rock its way to the top.

Freebies: The Echo has three double passes to give away to this gig. To go in the draw to win phone 6622 2888 between 10.15 & 10.30am next Monday, August 28, and tell us if the electric guitar was created in a) USA, b) Belgium or c) Congo.

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