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LONG-TIME LOVER: Chris Fisher’s work in the music industry is no monkey business.
LONG-TIME LOVER: Chris Fisher’s work in the music industry is no monkey business.

RECENTLY acknowledged at the 2012 Dolphin awards for his long-time participation in the North Coast music industry, Chris Fisher, with the Monkey and the Fish band, plays the Channon Tavern this Friday, January 18.

Featuring upbeat folk'n'roots from his recent album Singin' for Change, plus his four other albums of original music, the band, with Marcelle Townsend-Cross on vocals and percussion, Phurba Lama on drums and Julian Smith on bass guitar, kicks off at 7.30pm.


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