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LIVE @ THE BOWLO

“Cohen meets the Mississippi.” That’s how one listener described local poet/songwriter Matcham Caine and it’s hard to think of a more apt description.

Matcham is launching his debut album ‘I Am Here’ at the LIVE @ THE BOWLO Mullumbimby on Nov 5th at 7.30pm. Joining him will be some of the region’s favourite performers including Slim Pickens, Rebecca Ireland and Guy Kachel. Don’t miss it!

You can check out Matcham’s music @ matchamcaine.com

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