Album for change

Goonellabah-based singer/songwriter Chris Fisher (pictured) has re-released his award-winning CD Green Hearts. The album speaks of the need for change in the way humans are impacting on the natural environment.

Fourteen years after its original release, this album joins the current chorus for change as climate change becomes the most important issue around this warming planet.

Chris's band, Monkey & The Fish (Chris Fisher and Marcelle Townsend-Cross), will perform songs from Green Hearts at this Saturday's (October 24) 350 climate change rally at the Missingham Park Amphitheatre in Ballina, from 10am-2pm.

Monkey & the Fish will also perform songs from their CD In Cahoots.

Go join the world for the international day of action on climate change.


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