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Busby Marou headlines Yarrabah band festival

Arts-BUSBY MAROUQueensland Music Festival (QMF) will be returning to the state's Far North to present the second annual Yarrabah Band Festival at Bishop Malcolm Park on Saturday 8 November.

The free outdoor event started last year when the Elders of the community asked QMF to help revive the Yarrabah Brass Band, which was one of the best brass bands in Queensland in the first half of the 20th...

 

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Last Updated on Wednesday, 22 October 2014 08:48

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AWME 2014 Showcase programme announces more artists on the bill

Arts-TjintuFirst Nations artists Frank Yamma, The Bart Willoughby Band, Jimblah, Black Indie, Glenn Skuthorpe, Leah Flanagan, Radical Son, Emma Donovan (Declan Kelly Diesel & Dub) and Tjintu Desert Band have been announced on the bill for AWME 2014.

Held over four days and nights from 13th to 16th of November, the seventh instalment of internationally renowned and forward-thinking conference and showcase AWME, is...

 

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Last Updated on Tuesday, 14 October 2014 18:10

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